TechnoparkToday.com>> Leading Digital Technology Services Company UST Global is all set to launch the UST Global Cyber Centre in partnership with the state government’s Cyber Dome, along with the State Police Department in Trivandrum in 2018. The announcement was made by the company’s CEO, Sajan Pillai, at a press conference today.
“It will be a world-class security operating centre and it can monitor all the things required for the Central and state governments. This is primarily our cybersecurity capabilities from UST Global Israel. We believe the cyber security defence launch will be a huge opportunity for Keralites,” Sajan Pillai pointed out.
“UST has become the first billion dollar technology startup from Kerala after 18 years of its inception. Retail and healthcare were our original domains to start with. Now we have expanded that to banking and financial services, technology and telecommunications. These are the four major verticals we are focusing on,” Sajan Pillai told.
These four industries are getting heavily disrupted by the digital changes. The world over print media is getting challenged by other forms of media like social media and digital media, he noted.
Citing the huge opportunities of technology, he mentioned the e-governance programme, “e-Nagarapalika”, launched in Madhya Pradesh by the UST Global. Another application “U Safe”, a key solution that uses IoT (Internet of Things) was also launched by the company. The U-Safe app that enables alerts to be sent to the police ensuresthe safety of women as part of the company’s commitment to society.
An MoU has been signed between technology firm Intel, UST Global and the Kerala government to set up a laptop manufacturing unit in Kerala. The master plan will be finalised in January regarding the setting up of the hardware manufacturing unit.
UST Global is hosting its annual Global Developer Conference, D3,in Thiruvananthapuram. D3 is one of its avenues to create intellectual IP in transformative technology solutions. The Developer Conference is designed to invest in the technology ideas of the employees and also invest in them. The event will also feature speakers from all over the world.
In a bid to build a pool of technology intelligence and tapping into Kerala’s young talent, the firm has joined hands with APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University (KTU) in the state for its internship programme “Bridging the Digital Divide.” In 2018, UST Global also plans to expand its innovation centre Infinity Labs to other countries and cities they operate in.
Alexander Varghese, Chief Administrative Officer; Anoj Pillai, Chief Architect; and Manu Gopinath, Chief People Officer, were also present.
News desk, TechnoparkToday.com