Kaspersky Makes New Appointment of Jaydeep Singh as Chief of India Operations
Kaspersky Appoints Jaydeep Singh as the chief of India operations who had worked for companies like Citrix as sales director and Oracle as senior sales director.
- Kaspersky, a few days before discovered a new cyberattack threat
- Newly Appointed Jaydeep Singh has worked with Oracle as senior sales director
- Singh carries with him his expertise in the enterprise sector
Kaspersky, a cybersecurity company revealed on Wednesday that it has made an appointment for a general manager of Jaydeep Singh who will be the Head of India operations in the country.
As per the company’s statement, Jaydeep Singh will be handling the operations in India including its growth across the country, moreover in the enterprise segment as he has been appointed as a General Manager for India.
“I am delighted to welcome Jaydeep Singh to the team. His expertise in the enterprise segments and our targeted industry domains will ensure that Kaspersky adopts resilient strategies to guide our sales and marketing efforts in India,” said Asia Pacific Adrian Hia who is a Kaspersky Managing Director.
He had worked in many renowned companies for the top post as he held senior leadership roles in companies like Citrix as sales director. He also worked with Oracle as senior sales director.
“With cyberattacks on the rise, organizations need reliable cybersecurity solutions, I look forward to bringing my frontline operational and strategic experience to Kaspersky’s customers and partners in India,” Jaydeep Singh said in a statement.
Kaspersky made a discovery some days ago related to the cybersecurity threat that specially targeted the iPhone models which were running on older versions of operating software through the iMessage application. The malware was found when the company was going through its own Wi-Fi network for mobile phone devices, this infects a phone via iMessage which probably contains the malicious attachment. In this process, this malware does not require iPhone users to do anything like to give full control of their devices and user data.