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Network Intelligence India Pvt. Ltd. (NII Consulting)

Network Intelligence India Pvt. Ltd. (NII Consulting) is an Indian provider of information security services and products. NII Consulting, which was established in 2001 and currently has offices in India and the Middle East, is represented by GRCBUS, Inc. in the United States. NII services clients around the world in industries that include information technology (IT), telecom, finance, manufacturing and government organizations.

NII's information security offerings fall into three broad categories: consulting, products and services and training. Their services include the design and optimization of computer systems for enhanced security, forensics and analysis following an incident, business continuity, and information security assessment, testing and compliance.

Software products include AuditPro Enterprise for security auditing, Firesec for managing firewalls and the NX27K Toolkit to help organizations achieve ISO/IEC 27001 compliance. In addition, NII has partnerships with a number of foreign companies including Cyberark, Imperva and Cenzic. NII Consulting represents these companies in India and provides their products and services to Indian clients.

Information security training and certification is offered through NII's Institute of Information Security. A number of certification courses are available including ethical hacking , wireless security, exploit development, operating system security, ISO27001 lead auditor (LA) and ISO27001 lead implementor (LI). The institute also offers customized corporate training sessions.

This was last updated in June 2011

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