Vehere is Growing and So are the Opportunities for Working with Us
As an organization rooted in the values of integrity, innovation, and recognition, Vehere, has people at its centre. We are growing fast, and to keep up, we are #hiring for various positions both in India and other locations overseas.
When we strive to become better than what we are, everything around us become better too
With sheer diligence and unwavering focus, anyone can become the best version of themselves. As you strive to outperform yourself every day in work, Vehere's offerings guard your network and taper threats, even before you see them coming.
The key is not to prioritize what's on your schedule. but to schedule your priorities.
A dynamic approach towards achieving and breaking targets is what it takes to pull off success in everyday work. So, just as you adopt a proactive approach in your schedule, Vehere's offerings protect you from threats, even before you see them coming.
Packetworker helps government adopt proactive approach to cyber defence
Heightened dependency on online routing has led to increased cyber risk for the government and the need of the hour is a tool that can identify threats and provide actionable insights. Know more about how Packetworker meets this demand
Packetworker helps energy sector enterprises with real-time operational visibility through consolidated Intelligence
The fast-moving, automated nature and tedious visibility of #cyberattacks make cyber security and compliance, a big challenge for many energy sector players. Read more on how Vehere's Packetworker provides real-time visibility to firms and reduces the remediation costs - bit.ly/2UT57Wz
PacketWorker - A savior for Network Security & Risk Practitioners in these times of working remotely
COVID-19 has wrecked small and large scale industries, and disrupted economies globally. Security and risk practitioners always require an upper hand while dealing with adverse network security situations. But what happens when they are forced to work remotely? How will they continue to cater to the network monitoring requirements during this pandemic?