Indian Cyber Security Firm E2Labs Opens First European Office in Holland
European office is positioned to leverage the powerful strategic advantages of being present in the world’s largest cyber security community
From left to right: Richard Franken (HSD), Karsten Klein (Deputy Major of The Hague), Dr. Zaki (Chairman & CEO E2Labs), Venu Rajamony (Ambassador of India) and Chris van Voorden (InnovationQuarter)
Hyderabad-based IT security provider E2Labs opened its first European subsidiary in The Hague, the Netherlands. The new European office is positioned to leverage the powerful strategic advantages of being present in The Hague Security Delta (HSD), world’s leading security cluster. At the welcoming ceremony the Ambassador of India, the Honorable Mr. Venu Rajamony, emphasized the strong ties between India and the Netherlands. Deputy Major of The Hague, presented E2Labs’ CEO Dr. Zaki a special welcoming plaque to mark the festive occasion.
Official training in ethical hacking
E2Labs offers ethical hacking training, cyber security training, career oriented programs, licensed ethical hacking and an advanced diploma in computer hardware & networking. In India, E2Labs is partnering with the Government of India to help meet the talent shortfall of 2 million skilled cyber security professionals.
As an information security training specialist with the distinction of establishing Asia’s first Anti Hacking Lab+Academy at Hyderabad, E2Labs is helping bridge the talent gap. It trains scores of candidates to deliver a perennial pipeline of qualified talent for the global information security industry.
Bridging the IT talent gap
E2Labs aims to leverage The Hague’s knowledge and expertise in cyber security, forensics, national security, and critical infrastructure to drive capacity building through a range of skill development programs to be imparted across the country. E2Labs seeks to utilize HSD’s profound insights and the access to latest innovation to create globally-relevant, outcome-driven training programs in the security domain that lead to the creation of highly skilled IT professionals for the global cyber security industry.
Sharing the collective mission of HSD, E2Labs seeks to partner pro-actively with knowledge institutions, governments, businesses, the ‘triple helix’, to help enable more jobs and create a safer and more secure world.
World’s largest cyber security community
Dr. Zaki, Chairman and CEO of E2Labs: “We at E2Labs consider it a privilege to be associated with the world’s largest cyber security community, The Hague. This is a major boost to our company and will help advance our capabilities in IT security to impart improved training programs, enable us provide enhanced security assistance to governments and aid in delivering high performance consultancy services to our roster of 400 clients spread across the globe.”
“In its search for a suitable location for their European office, E2Labs was well supported by InnovationQuarter in co-operation with the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA), HSD and the City of The Hague,” says Chris van Voorden, Director Foreign Investments at InnovationQuarter. “We are pleased with the choice of E2Labs for The Hague, and are proud to see that they recognize The Hague’s rich cyber security community and the strong innovation culture in the Netherlands.”
Source: InnovationQuarter29 September 2017