Start-ups will be incubated in the centre of excellence for Fintech. Investors are already onboard to support and fund the start-ups inside STPI, Sanjay Tyagi, Director, - Software Technology Parks of India said.
Tyagi highlighted, BFSI’s emerging challenges and opportunities along with the magnitude of projects available in small finance. India has achieved Level 5 in IMPS, with STPI in Tamil Nadu doing so well despite serious competition from other states. Through the initiatives of STPI, capital raising technologies are happening with prominence on localising social data. As STPI offers services, with companies like Tevel, they also want start-ups to initiate product companies with the backing of STPI.
The highlight of the conference was the launch of “The Craft”, a product by Tevel, the next gen cyber security training and certification for students, professionals and for anyone who has a Smartphone. Craft, is economically priced, state of the art and technologically advanced for people who are interested in pursuing careers in Cyber Security. Tevel has already partnered with TiE Chennai to take this initiative to the public.
According to NASSCOM 5 million jobs are to be filled in 2020 in the field of Cyber Security. The event was attended by key dignitaries from the Government, Banking, Finance, Insurance and IT industry. Key speakers who spoke in the conference were CEOs and heads of departments from the BFSI sector. To name a few Narayanan, Angel Investor, Anirugh Singh, COO of Raheja QBE and Vittal Raj, Partner Kumar and Raj.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Harish Ramani, CEO and CTO of Tevel Cyber Corps Private Limited, emphasized the importance of Cyber Security in today’s digital landscape and the role of Tevel towards creating the awareness of the same.