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TAC Security Solutions, a leading provider of cyber-security solutions to corporate clients announced that Subinder Khurana would join its Board of Directors.
TAC Security Solutions was founded in 2013 by Trishneet Arora, a renowned cyber-security expert and ethical hacker. Trishneet has been felicitated with a State award by the Chief Minister of Punjab.
TAC already works for prominent clients including Reliance Industries Limited, Gujarat Police, Punjab Police, International Tractors Limited (Sonalika), AMUL, Avon Cycles, RALSON, and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) among others. Now it is expanding services to international clients across UAE and US.
"I am very proud to be associated with TAC. Trishneet has been fighting cyber-crime since the age of 19. Security threats and therefore need for our solutions will continue to grow as mobile computing becomes more pervasive and powerful. We will create deeper security solutions for mobile devices, software and networks, and productize the solutions," said Khurana.
Trishneet Arora says,"We are very excited to have Mr. Khurana guiding us on business strategy. His rich experience with product-based businesses will be a great asset to TAC."
Subinder is a serial entrepreneur and has successfully taken several enterprise platforms to market. He also advises and mentors startups including several current and future star start-ups.
Subinder is an engineering graduate from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. Subinder has worked globally with various multinational IT companies as an IT Business Analytics Professional. He has worked as a Vice President (Analytics) with Cognizant. He also co- founded two start-ups EZPower Systems (now a part of Oracle) and marketRx (was acquired by Cognizant).