EPAM Partners With Positive To Expand Security Practice With New Cybersecurity R&D Lab
Press Release: September 17, 2018
As data breaches occur more frequently and the associated costs continue to rise, cybersecurity is becoming increasingly critical to every company in the world. To help its customers safeguard their data, the
"We see our clients facing increased challenges in ensuring security and compliance across their enterprise landscapes. These challenges become especially pressing as the areas of Infrastructure, Cloud and Application Development converge into blended models of developing and delivering products and services," said Yuriy Goliyad, Head of Global Operations, EPAM. "By focusing our efforts in this urgent and diverse area, and opening up the research to partners, clients and leading experts in the field, we are creating a much more expansive and deep capability in cybersecurity."
"Cybercriminals can uncover vulnerabilities in all digital operations, from individual activities to conglomerates and critical infrastructure providers, and that's why cybersecurity is so important," said
The Positive team unites dozens of world-class experts in protection of devices and infrastructures. Their mission: to bring the benefits of security to all areas of life and business. The Positive ecosystem of technologies and services leverages the latest techniques in fields such as machine learning to make today's digital society more resilient to cyberattacks and other threats. These breakthroughs are the result of years of research and field experience in information security, IT/OT convergence, software vulnerability analysis, and incident investigation. Experts at Positive provide consulting services for web and mobile applications, ERP, ICS/SCADA, IoT, telecom networks, banking systems, and ATMs. The company's technology portfolio includes cloud and on premise application security solutions for comprehensively securing web applications at all stages of the software lifecycle, from pre-development to live production. A number of cloud services from the company, free of charge, provide the tools needed to evaluate and improve the security of applications in diverse environments (including testbeds) and industries.
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