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Global technology company HCL Technologies announced Thursday the launch of its CyberSecurity Fusion Center (CSFC) in Frisco.

The company, which is headquartered in Noida, India, helps global enterprises re–imagine and transform their businesses via Digital technology transformation.

HCL said the opening of the CSFC is the next phase in its mission to support secure business growth by providing its customers with a single point of contact for the enterprise security lifecycle, from detection to remediation. 

“Tomorrow’s digital organizations are becoming home to massive amounts of sensitive data and mission-critical applications,” Maninder Singh, corporate vice president, CyberSecurity Services at HCL Technologies, said in a statement. “Our CSFC in Frisco is designed to defend our clients’ digital assets from security threats by leveraging intelligent, predictive, and adaptive systems. The Frisco facility is ideally located to attract and build the best pool of cybersecurity experts and to serve our most demanding customers.”

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CyberSecurity Center houses some of HCL’s best engineers, IT pros

HCL said the Global Delivery Center in Frisco houses some of the company’s best engineers and IT professionals to service the rapidly growing number of customers across the country.

Moreover, it also reflects its commitment to the state of Texas and the city of Frisco, both of which have been strategic partners to technology innovation and expansion.

The CSFC comes with HCL’s 20 years of security and engineering experience, more than 3500 certified analysts, and the experience of managing more than 350 Fortune 500 / Global 2000 clients, HCL says.

The center combats security risks using integrated cyberthreat intelligence to monitor for better, faster detection and remediation of security incidents. The center analyzes millions of events per second and monitors multiple IT and OT systems utilizing multiple cyberthreat intelligence sources, HCL says.

HCL’s first U.S. office opened in the Silicon Valley in 1989. The opening of the Frisco office, the company says, comes as its celebrates 30 years in the United States. 


On hand for HCL’s launches of its CyberSecurity Fusion Center in Frisco were, from left, Arthur Filip, EVP and head of sales transformation and ,arketing, HCL Technologies; U.S. Rep. Van Taylor, R-Plano; former Frisco Mayor Maher Maso; and Maninder Singh, CVP, CyberSecurity Services at H[L Technologies (Photo: Business Wire]

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