LTTS secures $100 million cybersecurity project with Maharashtra Government

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LTTS has secured a $100-million cybersecurity project from the Maharashtra government to set up a cybersecurity and cybercrime prevention center. The project will leverage AI and digital forensic tools to combat online threats.

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L&T Technology Services Ltd (LTTS) has been awarded a $100 million project by the Maharashtra State Cyber Department to establish a cybersecurity and cybercrime prevention center. The project, approved by the Maharashtra cabinet in September 2023, aims to combat cyber crimes in the state.

Key Points:

  • LTTS will set up a cybersecurity and cybercrime prevention center for the Maharashtra government.
  • The project will involve designing a cybersecurity system for the state and leveraging AI and digital forensic tools.
  • KPMG Assurance and Consulting Services LLP will be the forensics partner for the project.
  • The initiative includes the establishment of a digital threat analytics center and a center of excellence equipped with various forensic tools.
  • A Central Emergency Response Team (CERT) will be set up to handle immediate cyber incidents.

LTTS CEO, Amit Chadha, emphasized the company’s commitment to developing secure smart cities through cybersecurity solutions. KPMG India’s CEO also expressed pride in collaborating on public safety through advanced cyber security solutions.

The project underscores the increasing importance of cybersecurity and the need to invest in advanced digital safeguard platforms, ensuring society’s benefit and safety.

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