Trishneet Arora is the name, now a days, being much talked on the internet. This name is being presented as a role model for Indian children by the modern parents of India. While Indian Youths prefer to call him “Mark Zuckerberg of India”. This agile brain is not only an Indian icon but a global one.
Who is Trishneet Arora and how did he become so rich at a very young age?
Trishneet was born on November 2, 1993 in Ludhiyana of Punjab, India. His childhood was normal until his father bought a computer. He gradually got interested in the intelligent machine and started having cognition thereof.
His parents got angry with and friends laughed at him when Trishneet failed in the 8th class owing to lack of interest in schooling books. For he spent all his time on possessing computer knowledge and learnt how to hack computers. His interest was so deep that he started reading international books written on hacking. Over years, he gained a strong grip over computer and earned adequate knowledge in this field.
Before he turned 22, he had already written 3 books namely Hacking TALK with Trishneet Arora, The Hacking Era and Hacking With Smart Phones. These books became popular among hackers. Those who read his books were shocked at his knowledge in this field at such a young age. Thereafter, he decided to establish a firm to provide cyber security to his clients and save them from hackers.
23 year old Trishneet now heads TAC Security, a firm that works to provide cyber security to several giant companies and organisations in India. He gives security to Reliance, Amul, Punjab Police, Gujarat Police etc. The names above are enough explain his ability in his field. Reliance alone is one of the richest and repudiated companies of India.
So much so that many students from IITs (India’s best institutes) are dreaming to work under him as his firm earns crores under the leadership of this 23 year young brain. In fact he made TAC security into a multi millionaire giant at the age of 21.
This article was originally published in http://theyouthindia.com