Homegrown cybersecurity solutions provider K7 Computing aims to grow its revenues to USD 50 million in the next three years as it strengthens its play in the enterprise space and scales up international operations.
The company has also unveiled a new venture -- K7 Academy -- to bridge the skill gaps in the Indian cybersecurity space.
"We have evolved from being an anti-virus company to a total security company. We are expanding our enterprise business and we will go after SMEs as well as large firms," K7 Computing founder and CEO Kesavardhanan Jayaraman told
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