Threatsys’s Revenue has grown by 50% , Says CEO Deepak Kumar Nath
According to Deepak Kumar Nath, the Founder & CEO of Threatsys, the company’s revenue has grown by 50% in the fiscal year 2022-2023, and it has acquired customers from 8 different countries.
the CEO of Threatsys Technologies Private Limited highlighted the accomplishments of the company during the fiscal year 2022-2023. Notably, he mentioned that the company was recognized as the Leading Cyber Security Company of India. According to Deepak Kumar Nath, the Chief Executive Officer, Threatsys has formed strategic alliances with 14 international partners hailing from 7 nations, among which are Moore Qatar, CEVA Limited and several others. Furthermore, in FY 22-23, Threatsys secured the patronage of 31 fresh clients from 8 different countries, including the likes of the Qatar, Estonia, Germany, Australia, and more.
Threatsys Technologies Private Limited has established itself as the primary preference of foremost businesses in the Indian domestic market, not only on the international front. Our exemplary cybersecurity solutions have garnered immense popularity among enterprises operating in states such as Punjab, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and beyond.
As per the explanation provided by Deepak Kumar Nath, CEO, Threatsys leveraged significant opportunities from the prominent local IT firms in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. With the unwavering backing of the Government of Odisha, Threatsys is poised to set a new benchmark for positioning Odisha as the forthcoming cybersecurity hub of India. This feat will be achieved by the generation of a massive workforce in the cybersecurity domain.
Threatsys has joined hands with several prominent local enterprises, including CSM Technologies, Aabsys Information Technology, Suyog Computech, OASYS Tech Solutions, Zooppay, Hexalearn Solutions, SPARC Pvt. Ltd, SOUL Limited, and numerous others, as their 360-degree cybersecurity partner.
Threatsys launched CYQER, an all-in-one SOC product designed for Cyber Yield Quantification for Enterprise and Reporting in FY 21-22. Our product has been successfully delivered to several clients who were seeking comprehensive solutions for their SIEM, SOC, UEBA, SOAR, and other cybersecurity needs. We are thrilled to receive overwhelming appreciation and many orders for CYQER, which is a testament to its exceptional quality and effectiveness. Additionally, Threatsys revealed a slew of upcoming products, including CYQER Web Apps Scanner, that will be introduced in the coming months.
Deepak Kumar Nath attributed Threatsys’s success to the collective effort of his teammates and expressed gratitude towards the hard work and dedication of the employees, clients, and partners who have contributed to the company’s growth and future plans.
Looking ahead, the CEO has prioritized strengthening the global leadership team for the next few quarters to ensure the best corporate governance and drive growth across the world. Despite managing the company without investors until now, Threatsys is pursuing significant value plans with immense opportunities and aims to become a unicorn in the cybersecurity domain by establishing a Board of Directors, Board of Advisors, and bringing in investors.
Threatsys has set its sights on expanding its operations in the North America, Europe, Middle East, and Australia markets in FY 23-24 and plans to acquire 200 new customers, including Fortune 500 companies.