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NTT Com Security Releases Next Generation Managed Security Services

New service has three key building blocks: device management, automated analysis, and security enrichment

LONDON, December 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

NTT Com Security [http://www.nttcomsecurity.com ] (formerly Integralis), a global information security and risk management organisation, has announced the availability of its next generation Managed Security Services (MSS), delivering advanced security and risk management capabilities to the global enterprise. The enhanced MSS is available under the company's single global brand, WideAngle, which was launched earlier this year to represent its information security and risk management portfolio of managed services, consulting and technology solutions.

As companies look to become more agile, the internal IT boundaries have blurred and increasingly businesses need to protect data and manage risk across a variety of IT architectures. WideAngle MSS [http://www.nttcomsecurity.com/en/services/managed-security-services ] provides the visibility needed to do this for companies of all sizes, across on-premise, cloud or hybrid technology environments. The WideAngle MSS is capable of analysing vast amounts of disparate data and distilling it into actionable information that enables businesses to manage increasingly diverse threats and make informed risk management decisions.

The new service has three key building blocks - device management, automated analysis and security enrichment - and is delivered by NTT Com Security experts through its Global Risk Operations Centres (GROC). Over 150 NTT Communications global data centres will provide valuable threat information to enrich the analysis layer, while dedicated security experts analyse this information and provide context based on their knowledge of the customer's business in order to help them make security risk decisions. WideAngle MSS provides unrivalled visibility and control to manage information security risk, by actively notifying clients about potential threats and proactively mitigating vulnerabilities.

WideAngle MSS provides a highly flexible 24/7 service allowing organisations to choose from five different service levels, that are tailored to their individual business needs.

Andrew Lev, Chief Product Officer, NTT Com Security, stated: "Companies are operating in a new, and disruptive, computing environment. At the same time the security threats they face are becoming ever more sophisticated. We have built on our expertise and heritage to create a portfolio of services that empower organisations to proactively manage risk in this new landscape. Embedding the knowledge that comes from our global data centre network gives organisations a unique and comprehensive view into the developing threat landscape as it happens. Our ability to proactively remediate those vulnerabilities in a customer as well as in cloud and hybrid environment is vital for delivering the next generation of information security risk management."

Akira Arima, CEO, NTT Communications, added: "The ongoing expansion of NTT Com Security's Managed Security Services offering demonstrates the power of leveraging group-wide global skills and capabilities. Most importantly it shows how by working together, companies within the group can develop and bring to market dynamic services that address customers' security risks and challenges.

We are very positive about the capability of WideAngle MSS and are working to ensure that, as a group, it is part of everything we do."

About NTT Com Security (formerly Integralis)

NTT Com Security (formerly Integralis) is a global information security and risk management organisation, which delivers a portfolio of managed security, business infrastructure, consulting and technology integration services through its WideAngle brand. NTT Com Security helps organizations lower their IT costs and increase the depth of IT security protection, risk management, compliance and service availability. NTT Com Security AG, is headquartered in Ismaning, Germany and part of the NTT Communications Group, owned by NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation), one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world. For more information, visit http://www.nttcomsecurity.com

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