Tranchulas Steps into the Global Cyber Strategy Market with Launch of the Offensive Cyber Initiative (OCI)
LONDON, Nov 03, 2013 (PR Newswire Europe via COMTEX) --
LONDON, November 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The Offensive Cyber Initiative (OCI) would offer offensive cyber-focused solutions to help private and public sector organizations improve their security posture and stay ahead of the latest global threats.
International IT security consultancy Tranchulas today announced the launch of a new vertical service offering focused on advising national-level cyber security programs on strategies for managing offensive technical threats. Officially branded the Offensive Cyber Initiative (OCI), the service line will provide an exclusive set of products to select clients who operate cyber programs with national or international scope.
One of the core offerings of the OCI will be a service dedicated to helping clients work with undocumented ("zero-day") software exploits -- often the key component of what enables sophisticated cyber attacks at a technical level. Tranchulas' reach into the South Asia hacking and security research communities place it in unique position to work with the developers of software exploits as well as organizations seeking to know more about these kinds of tools. "For this service alone, the response we have received even before the launch is tremendous and very encouraging," said Tranchulas Chief Executive Officer Zubair Khan.
In addition to working with software exploits, Tranchulas is now offering services that include cyber warfare scenario simulation and training, secure communications products, and customized tool development for customers that have specific requirements.
Founded in 2006, Tranchulas is a multinational information security company having its offices in United Kingdom, United States, New Zealand and Pakistan. They are global provider of information security services. For further information please visit http://www.tranchulas.com.
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