A School Dropout from Chandigarh Makes it to Forbes Under 30 List

Trishneet Arora who owns an IT firm in Mohali near Chandigarh was actually born in Ludhiana

Chandigarh School Drop Out Trishneet Arora has been featured in the Forbes’ list of 30 Under 30 Asia 2018 Edition. Trishneet is a Ludhiana born techie who runs an IT company in Mohali area. His cybersecurity firm named TACO bell Security Solutions has seen tremendous growth over the last few years and now is also backed by officials from Cognizant and IBM. This Chandigarh boy has been featured in the list of 30 influential people that are under the age of 30 and have been changing Asia for better.

What Does Trishneet Arora From Chandigarh Do?

Well Trishneet Arora runs his own IT firm in Chandigarh vicinity named TACO Bell Security Solutions that has been active in the cyber security space. It provides security to the client companies from vulnerabilities in cyberspace. Their clientele which includes Reliance Industries, Avon Cycles, Central Bureau of Investigation of India, Punjab Police, Gujrat Police, and Sonalika Tractors is a testament to their rapport in the field. The Chandigarh firm has often assisted Punjab and Gujrat Police with several cases that revolved around cyber crime and security.

In addition to that, the Chandigarh Company has also been appointed by more than fifty UPI based applications. It is responsible with the task of security of these applications from possible malicious vulnerabilities that can put the user’s money in danger. Companies like PayTM Wallet also incorporate UPI mode of payments in their application. The Chandigarh boy has also been featured on GQ’s list of 50 most influential Young Indians as well.

Trishneet Arora Failed The Eighth Standard

According to media, the Chandigarh firm owner was only 19 when he started his own firm in Mohali which by the way now also has a strong footprint in Dubai. This is a surprising way that he has changed his life especially considering he failed the 8th Standard. After applying for distance education later, he again faced a setback in the 12th standard. The Chandigarh boy has admitted to being part of everything a boy his age shouldn’t be which always kept his parents in a worry. He also expressed strong views about the ethical morality of hacking.


Ishpreet Singh

A sound engineer, blogger, tech geek and a critic are the few words that describe Ishpreet Singh. He is an avid reader, an audiophile, and a huge David Fincher fan - basically all things art. He believes that the true strength of the written word lies not in the one who writes but in the one who reads and is able to comprehend. You can reach Ishpreet at hello@chandigarhmetro.com
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