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Cyber security expert Ambarish Singh joins Godrej & Boyce as CISO

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Cybersecurity expert has joined as its new Chief Information Security Officer. According to a company announcement, in this new role, Singh will be leading the cybersecurity and risk management domains at the manufacturing company.

Singh a Master's degree holder in & Cyber Law and an MBA in IT is a top techie in his domain with experience across sectors. Previously, Singh was associated with Flipkart for more than five years where he served as Senior Manager-Information Security.

Singh has also worked at the technical wing of the , the CIRT Navy (Government of India) for more than 20 years and retired as the Associate Director.

Meanwhile, the Godrej & Boyce, a Godrej group company, is a premium Indian brand that started its journey in 1897 with the manufacture of locks and continues with its engineering capabilities across diverse categories – from consumer goods and furniture, precision manufacturing and aerospace, infrastructure development, and industrial logistics to real estate and power distribution.

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