Trend Micro opens new office in Mumbai

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Mumbai: Trend Micro has announced the opening of its new office in the city’s Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) area. This new premise spread over 6879 sq ft area has a Center of Excellence (CoE) and Executive Briefing Centre (EBC).

With the new office, Trend Micro aims to expand its cloud business in India and grow its incident response and local support team. The company aims to continue its current focus on BFSI and specific areas in government including defence and state data centres.

This facility supports future needs, suitable for video conferencing for both collaborative and remote work, particularly post-pandemic. The building style has been enhanced with the help of BioZone technology, to create the world’s first anti-microbial facility.

“This year has been a great year for us. Our new Mumbai office supports our customers and, it reiterates our commitment to the Indian market and the cybersecurity industry,” said Nilesh Jain, VP – Southeast Asia and India, Trend Micro.

“We see many enterprises in India taking the lead in technology advancements and staying ahead of the global market curve, including cloud adoption. This, in turn, provides more business opportunities for us to invest in this market, “ added Jain.

Jain cited India as a place to launch strategic initiatives that include hosting Cloud One data centre and XDR data lake. The company is building its Managed XDR Centre of Excellence for SOC partners and nurturing the cybersecurity talents in India through CPITS Program.

Also, developing its EMEA regional channel team in India etc., to scale up the company’s operations across other regions and industries, informed Jain.

“We are happy to announce the launch of our state-of-art office space that reinforces our commitment to the Indian market,” said Vijendra Katiyar, Country Manager, India & SAARC, Trend Micro.

“Further to our existing Cloud One and XDR data centres, we also plan to set up a local support centre in India to address the cybersecurity issues and concerns of our customers,” added Katiyar.

“With significant investments made in the cloud business, we will ramp up hiring and continue building the team,” commented Katiyar.

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