HomeLand Security Solutions to provide Globally Renowned Cyber Security Training

Hyderabad: Hyderabad based company and Asia’s First and Leading Anti Hacking Academy – E2LABS, has announced the launch of its new company “HomeLand Security Solutions”. The launch of this new company reiterates the E2LABS commitment of putting India at par with Global Powers like US, UK, Europe and other countries for creating Cyber Security Professional task force by providing Globally Renowned Cyber Security Training Program for Investigation Agencies, Military and Government Bodies in India. The launch of the HomeLand Security Solutions company witnessed the presence of Shri. Ajay Kumar, Additional Secretary, Govt. of India, Dept. of Electronics and IT, Govt. of India, Shri. Jayesh Ranjan, Secretary, Information Technology (IT), Govt. of Telangana, Shri. Anjani Kumar, Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Law and Order, Government of Telangana, Prof. A.Venugopal Reddy, Vice-Chancellor, JNTU and Dr. Zaki Qureshey, Chairman & Founder, E2LABS & HomeLand Security Solutions.
E2LABS is among Asia’s Premier Information Security Experts with a proven track record spanning 15 years, a robust client base comprising 400+ blue chip MNCs and a string of coveted accolades. With over 180+ professionals and a strapping presence across the globe, it delivers unmatched capabilities in information security research, consulting and training.
HomeLand Security Solutions (HLSS), a subsidiary of E2LABS, is an exclusive Authorized India distributor for Mile2 and also a provider for Defense Solutions and Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) Solutions. Mile2 is the World’s largest Certification body for Information Security and is a globally acknowledged Cyber Security Training Luminary and has secured several prestigious approvals from the US Department of Defense, FBI and other Investigation and Influential agencies from across the globe. The partnership enables HomeLand Security Solutions to conduct Cyber Security Training Programs and award Certificates to personnel trained with Investigation agencies in India like National Investigation Agency (NIA) CRPF, BSF and NPA, Military, Governments bodies and Private Institutions.
Over the past decade, increasing cyber-attacks have been crippling economies across the globe. Cybercrime has the capability to wipe out sensitive and confidential data and costs the world economy billions of dollars for recuperation, investigation, disaster recovery and revenue loss on account of data downtime. Despite this growing menace, the whole world, including India is facing an acute shortage of qualified cybersecurity warriors. As heightened demand for cyber security talent is outstripping supply by a mile, hiring is rapidly spreading from hitherto key sectors such as defense and governments to industries such as Finance, Healthcare and Retail. HomeLand Security Solutions will play a critical role in capacity building and creating a talent pool that can handle Cyber Terrorism and ensure Cyber Security.
Speaking at the launch of the new company, Dr. Zaki Qureshey, Founder & Chairman, E2LABS & HomeLand Security Solutions, said “This is a significant moment for us as HomeLand Security Solutions has been handpicked by Mile2 which is the World’s largest certification body for Information Security. We aim to bridge the talent gap with cutting edge training and certification programs and our tried and tested, immersive training programs are designed to help participants master the art and science of Information Technology Security”
“State of Telangana has become the first state in India with a dedicated Cyber Security Policy and we are privileged to be the first company in India, hailing from the Telangana State to offer globally renowned Cyber Security Training Programs. Government of India is also on a mission to create a task force of 2 million Cyber Security Professionals under the ‘National Cyber Security Policy Vision-2013’ and HomeLand Security Solutions is privileged to support and render services to the Government” he further added.