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VPN Guidelines Call For Complex Change In Business Processes: Tsaaro

Priyanka Tanwer
Priyanka Tanwer Jul 27 2022 - 4 min read
VPN Guidelines Call For Complex Change In Business Processes: Tsaaro
“It is critical to comply with the rules but importance must be given to ensuring that the privacy framework is complied with and the balance is maintained with establishing such a framework,” Tsaaro CEO Akarsh Singh said.

Data Service provider Tsaaro said that time is a significant factor for an organisation to comply with new VPN rules in India. Speaking with Opportunity India Akarsh Singh, CEO and Co-Founder of Tsaaro said that decision to postpone the implementation of rules, are proving to be helpful for the service providers.

“Since the rules have been met with backlash from the VPN service providers to a large extent, the decision to postpone the implementation certainly helps the service providers. However, one must note that the guidelines call for complex change in the business processes and how data is handled. Time is a significant factor in bringing those changes within an organisation's internal and external infrastructure and operations,” Singh said.

Opining on new norms, he said that it is critical to comply with the rules but importance must be given to ensuring that the privacy framework is complied with and the balance is maintained with establishing such a framework.

“There is a necessity for balance. VPN providers allow establishing a protected network connection while using public networks; accordingly, the IP address gets hidden through a specially configured remote server run by a VPN host. This leads to the risk of cybercrimes and misreporting since it becomes difficult to identify the accused in criminal cases. This is one of the main reasons why countries worldwide regulate the use of VPNs or even ban it to an extent. Therefore, it is critical to comply with the rules. Still, at the same time, importance must be given to ensuring that the privacy framework is complied with and the balance is maintained with establishing such a framework,” Singh told Opportunity India.

Speaking about the major objectives of the company, he said Tsaaro’s team comprises the best legal and technical specialists in the field. It works together in a collaborative space where executing ideas is only possible because of team's perspective on issues, which is holistic in nature.

Tsaaro’s primary objective is to ensure that data privacy and cyber-security are a must-have for all enterprises and that each struggle must be won with devotion. “We establish effective data protection practices to create an efficient data secure environment. We have multiple multinational corporations on the list of our clientele. We have set our mark in the Netherlands market and grew into the US and Malaysian markets,” he said.

Singh said that technology advancement keeps him motivated in this business. “World as we know it today, motivates me to stay in business. The world runs on technology and technological advancements, which happen on a daily basis. Hence the need to understand the intricacies and nuances behind the issues that these advancements bring, intending to look at how issues from these advancements can be resolved is what helps me stay motivated in this business,” he added.

Further he said that the guidelines on reporting cybercrimes by CERT-In are another essential set of rules posing the requirement of compliance by the companies. It aims to contain security breaches and address them in the best manner possible.  And quite specifically, with the onset of the 5G Spectrum auctions, directions like these certainly augment and strengthen cyber-security in the country and are required to address rising cybercrimes.   

Analytics suggest that India has seen a 350 per cent increase in data breaches it suffers from and that there has been a 13 per cent increase in the ransomware attacks individuals have faced in India. These numbers only suggest more opportunities in this field and tell us how the technology revolution needs the assistance of people like us in ensuring that the digital world is more secure. What seems to be a challenge presently is the uncertainty of enacting a data protection bill in India because it is only after that we can look towards mapping the safest route possible for organisations that participate in the Indian digital space, he concluded.

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