TAC Security Won Best Deep Tech Startup of the Year at Entrepreneur Magazine Startup Awards 2018

Greetings from the TAC Security Team!!

Today, our beloved company has achieved an eventful milestone, TAC Security has been honoured as the “Best Deep Tech Startup of the Year” at the Startup 2018 Awards organised by Entrepreneur India Magazine.

This award has only reinforced our commitment to our mission to anticipate, resolve & mitigate cyber-security challenges to make the information world safe, secure & seamless….

And this is just the beginning. With a formidable existing like-minded team, and a large pool of clients, we are well on our way to realising our vision with the utmost focus and vigour.

We couldn’t have achieved this without you. Once again, we sincerely thank you for your support in our mission to secure the cyberspace.

Your feedback, suggestions and belief have helped us get this far and will inspire us to reach even greater heights of success in the coming years.

 

Thank you for being part of TAC Security!

Best Regards,
Trishneet Arora
Founder & Chief Executive Officer

TAC Security bags ‘Startup of The Year’ Award

Trishneet Arora, Founder, TAC Security recieving the 'Startup of The Year' Award along with Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Founder, Naukri.com, Shailendra Singh, IAS, Joint Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy Promotion, Devender Singh, IAS, Principal Secretary, Electronics & IT, Haryana and other.
Trishneet Arora, Founder, TAC Security receiving the ‘Startup of The Year’ Award along with Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Founder, Naukri.com, Shailendra Singh, IAS, Joint Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy Promotion, Devender Singh, IAS, Principal Secretary, Electronics & IT, Haryana and others.

Panel Discussion on Cyber Security has Become a Top Business Concern, Rather than Merely a Technology Issue InfoSec Maestros, Hyderabad

Trishneet Arora Founder TAC Security at Infosec Maestros Award Hyderabad, Reliance Insurance, Times Group
Panellist:  Ltd, Hitesh Mulani, Vice President & CISO, Bennett Coleman and Co Ltd (Times Group), Trishneet Arora, Founder & CEO, TAC Security

 

Panellist: Sunder Krishnan, CRO, Reliance Life Insurance Co Ltd, Hitesh Mulani, Vice President & CISO, Bennett Coleman and Co Ltd (Times Group), Trishneet Arora, Founder & CEO, TAC Securit
Panellist: Sunder Krishnan, CRO, Reliance Life Insurance Co Ltd, Hitesh Mulani, Vice President & CISO, Bennett Coleman and Co Ltd (Times Group), Trishneet Arora, Founder & CEO, TAC Security

 

Panellist: Sunder Krishnan, CRO, Reliance Life Insurance Co Ltd, Hitesh Mulani, Vice President & CISO, Bennett Coleman and Co Ltd (Times Group), Trishneet Arora, Founder & CEO, TAC Securit
Panellist: Sunder Krishnan, CRO, Reliance Life Insurance Co Ltd, Hitesh Mulani, Vice President & CISO, Bennett Coleman and Co Ltd (Times Group), Trishneet Arora, Founder & CEO, TAC Security

 

Panellist: Sunder Krishnan, CRO, Reliance Life Insurance Co Ltd, Hitesh Mulani, Vice President & CISO, Bennett Coleman and Co Ltd (Times Group), Trishneet Arora, Founder & CEO, TAC Security
Panellist: Sunder Krishnan, CRO, Reliance Life Insurance Co Ltd, Hitesh Mulani, Vice President & CISO, Bennett Coleman and Co Ltd (Times Group), Trishneet Arora, Founder & CEO, TAC Security

TAC, CEO, addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at InfoSec Maestros Awards, Hyderabad

TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora, addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at InfoSec Maestros Awards, Hyderabad
TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora, addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at InfoSec Maestros Awards, Hyderabad
TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora, addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at InfoSec Maestros Awards, Hyderabad
TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora, addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at InfoSec Maestros Awards, Hyderabad

 

TAC’s CEO addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at LTE Summit, Mumbai

TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at LTE Summit, Mumbai

TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at LTE Summit, Mumbai

 

TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at LTE Summit, MumbaiTAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at LTE Summit, Mumbai

 

TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at LTE Summit, Mumbai
TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at LTE Summit, Mumbai

 

TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at LTE Summit, Mumbai

TAC, CEO, Trishneet Arora addressed keynote session on Cyber Security at LTE Summit, Mumbai

TAC’s CEO Trishneet Arora featured in Deccan Herald

Meet the man who masters ethical hacking

A 22-year-old who has his life all figured out, and is hacking through ‘national-security’ records, which is ‘ethical’, is like meeting a character from a Matrix film. Trishneet Arora does not have a degree yet, but he is already running a company, has written a book, and provides cyber security solutions to cyber-crime investigation, forensics and multi-national companies.

He belongs to the community of programmers and networking wizards, who devised the term hacker. Without them (hackers), there’ll be no internet, or the World Wide Web.

His book, The Hacking Era gives an account of ‘ethical hacking’, its uses, processes and requirements. Arora tells Metrolife, “Hackers are not only those who ‘break into’ a system to retrieve confidential information. Ethical hacking is when multi-national companies or any investigating agency require hackers to trace a problem with the strength of their security system, a weakness in their server or within their network.”

He explains that his job is to solve terrorism cases and cyber-crime cases for the police. It started with the Punjab police, who approached him for conducting training sessions on cyber-crime investigation and forensics, combating against network vulnerabilities and computer data theft.

His early years give a glimpse of how he achieved this knowledge at such an early stage. He hails from a middleclass family, who got his the first computer at the age of 11. The young lad began his experimentation with it and gradually mastered all about computer hardware. He was so deeply involved to crack the computing machine that he couldn’t clear his standard eighth examination.

However, through open school learning, he completed his tenth examination.
He says, “As a result of my computer fanaticism, I got curious about ethical hacking and cyber security. I was so enthralled in this subject that I decided to put pen to paper and share my discoveries.” But his first book didn’t do well owing to some hitches. Later he began working on The Hacking Era, which was published in February 2013.

“I also provide cyber security training to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Punjab Police, Gujarat police, Reliance Industries Limited, Amul, Ralson, (India) Ltd, Avon Cycles Ltd, MNCs from Dubai and UK. I train IPS officers, Crime Branch Cell officials, bank employees,” he adds.

He explains, that big MNCs and security agencies like CBI have extremely ‘confidential’ data that they don’t want anyone to be able to view and also security levels are so high, that every now and then they have to strengthen the system. In such a situation he goes in to ‘hack’ their computers.

“If I am able to hack their system, that means their system is lacking in security. Anyone who wants, can hack in the way I did. We tell them what all is lacking and tell them what they can do to improve their system,” says Arora.

Currently, he runs his company called TAC Security Solutions, with six more individuals. They recognise themselves as ethical hackers. TAC will launch in UAE in coming February, Arora says.

 

Source: http://www.deccanherald.com/content/510122/meet-man-masters-ethical-hacking.html