(ISC)² (“ISC-squared”), the information security professional body and administrator of the CISSP, CSSLP, and CCFP, has announced the opening of a new office in Mumbai, India. The office recently opened its doors and is part of a larger initiative to develop and grow (ISC)²’s global presence and to provide localised resources and support for its 1,600+ members in India.
“We’re very excited to announce the opening of our new Mumbai office,” said W. Hord Tipton, CISSP, executive director, (ISC)². “With this important expansion, (ISC)2 is reaffirming its commitment to and support of membership growth overseas. In this new office, our personnel are dedicated to core parts of our business: member services and market development. I look forward to the subsequent support and growth throughout India that will result from this new venture.”
Expanding (ISC)²’s offerings and support in India will significantly increase the availability of all certifications to a highly qualified base of security professionals. The need for qualified security professionals has never been greater. (ISC)²’s focus on expansion in Mumbai will help Indian and multi-national companies to meet this rapidly-growing demand.
“It’s an exciting time for us here in Mumbai,” said Rakesh Vanamali, head of Business Development, (ISC)2 India. “With the presence of the first (ISC)² office in India, we are not only able to provide our current members with the tools and resources that are essential for professional development, but we are also able to spark interest in the local community to join in our efforts. This is just the first of many steps towards meeting the needs of information security professionals in India.”
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Updated Date: Feb 03, 2017 00:18:14 IST