Jaydeep Ruparelia, Co-founder and CEO
Cyberattacks not only damage the data or IT systems, but they impact the confidence of internal as well as external stakeholders, and the target company faces more questions. That’s why organizations today are looking for investment in cybersecurity as a long-term strategy, and board decisions are being reviewed periodically. It’s not anymore a CISOs’ lone battle to get the requisite investment for cybersecurity, but boards are teaming up with CISO/CIO to develop 360-degree security apparatus. Being one of the biggest exhaustive play data security companies, Infopercept understands this.
Infopercept’s core leadership team comprises highly experienced industry professionals who have been working in the information security domain since 2004. There are experienced and capable leaders for each functional unit like the SOC, TOC, COC, Offensive Security, and Invinsense Platform. “We have continually worked under the guidance of and with strategic inputs from an eminent set of mentors from the Information Security domain,” says Jaydeep Ruparelia, the Co-founder and CEO of Infopercept, who has more than 15 years of experience in the cybersecurity and strategy domain.
Under the leadership of Ruparelia and a functional and capable board of advisors from different communities, majorly open source communities, Infopercept has started to leverage a contribution towards the open-source community. Further, the entire team of Infopercept’s strengths is derived from the company’s core values of Honesty, Transparency, and Knowledge. “These values are strongly backed by domain expertise across various centers, including SOC, TOC, COC, and Offensive Security. Our partners and customers are attracted by the value systems and are retained by the technical expertise and high quality of professional experience during the course of project implementations,” mentions Ruparelia.
One of Infopercept’s latest offerings, Invinsense is a next-generation integrated cybersecurity platform that combines offensive and defensive strategies to offer cybersecurity strategy, services, and solutions. Infopercept has consolidated various open-source cybersecurity technologies and has partnered with Wazuh, Elasticsearch, ElastAlert, Shuffle, The Hive, Cortex, MISP, Dejavu, and Infection Monkey, for developing Invinsense.
Our partners and customers are attracted by the value systems and are retained by the technical expertise and high quality of professional experience during the course of project implementations
As an ultra-modern security product, it counteracts adversaries by its ability to integrate with the attacker’s mindset. Invinsense comes in with a unique “Attacktical Cybersecurity Sense” that metamorphoses everything into a winning edge for businesses. It brings businesses the benefits of optimization and tactics along with great ROI and cutting-edge technologies with the help of the best of Open-Source Platforms and winning cybersecurity professionals. Further, Infopercept has just launched Invinsource, an online platform that will act as a bridge between companies looking for cybersecurity professionals and gig professionals eyeing projects. This is a human resource pool and community of verified companies and industry professionals with thousands of opportunities for gigs, projects, and work opportunities in the information security world. “The gig economy has become widespread since the pandemic outbreak, and Invinsource is extending it to the domain of information security by enabling cybersecurity talent as a service,” Ruparelia remarks.
Being a one-stop shop for clients and partners’ cybersecurity and accreditation needs, Infopercept’s core competencies can be broadly classified into Offensive, Defensive, Compliance, Strategy, and Development. This goes several levels deep with cross learnings across different sectors like Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI), Information Technology, Travel & Transportation, Government and Public Sector, Healthcare, EdTech, among others. Further, the company has built implementation and support teams with 24X7 capabilities and established processes and delivery infrastructure as required. It also has ongoing quests and campaigns for forging new alliances and partnerships.
Infopercept believes that with the drive toward digitization, the overall network security market, both domestic and global, will need to have an ally like them to manage its digital infrastructure. To this end, Infopercept is bullish on the market size of the Network Security Market. “As the stakes increase, businesses will require comprehensive security measures. The only difference any organization will have is the kind of Cyber Security Company or Managed Security Service Provider that they are allied with,” concludes Ruparelia.