Opinion

This boy failed 8th grade but became a multimillionaire at the age of 21!

There’s no bigger brand than the self-made man. A man, who rises against all odds & delivers on his own terms, is the one the world looks up to. The name Trishneet Arora is being talked about on the internet. Trishneet is being presented as a role model across India, for young children by their parents. Trishneet is being hailed as the ‘Mark Zuckerburg of India.’ His parents were very angry with him & friends made fun of him when Trishneet flunked his eighth grade. Trishneet had failed due to a lack of interest in schooling books. He was very passionate about computers & spent most of his time gaining knowledge in computers & learning how to hack other computers. His interest in hacking was so deep that he started reading international books on hacking. After investing years of effort into it, he gained a strong grip over hacking.

Before he turned 22, he had already written 3 books on hacking. He is the proud author of 3 books- Hacking Talk with Trishneet Arora, The Hacking Era & Hacking with smart phones. Arora is a first generation entrepreneur who founded TAC Security solutions, a cyber security company that provides protection to corporations against network vulnerabilities & data theft. Some of his clients are Reliance Industries, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Punjab Police (India) and Gujarat Police. Trishneet helps the Punjab police & Gujarat Police in solving crimes, for which he has conducted training sessions with officials.

Arora’s company focuses on providing specialized services called Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing. According to Arora, there has been an increase in the number of hacking cases wherein portal of companies are hacked for stealing vital information resulting in great danger for the company’s sustainability in the competitive environment. Today, many IITians dream of working under him as his company is earning crores under his leadership. He was a multi-millionaire by the age of 21, putting an end to all the chirping that revolved around his academic qualification.


Alok Shetty

 
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