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Formation of NTT Security, a Specialized Security Company

June 06, 2016 06:00 ET

OMAHA, NE and TOKYO, JAPAN--(Marketwired - Jun 6, 2016) - Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (abbreviated to NTT; Head Office: Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo; President: Hiroo Unoura) is establishing "NTT Security Corporation", a specialized security company to deliver Managed Security Services (MSS) and specialized security expertise through the NTT operating companies worldwide. The services offered by NTT Security are based on NTT's advanced analytics technologies, threat intelligence and the security experts of NTT Com Security, Solutionary, Dimension Data, NTT Innovation Institute and NTT Communications.

For clients of all of NTT's subsidiaries, NTT will continue to increase investments in developing industry leading security solutions that support the entire security life-cycle. Through aligning its investments, NTT will accelerate its security value proposition with cutting edge technologies and services powered by global threat intelligence allowing clients to take full advantage of an integrated approach to security solutions as part of a wider set of technology services. These services will be taken to market globally, and client engagement will be managed by the NTT operating companies Dimension Data, NTT Communications and NTT Data.

Summary of NTT Security

  1. Corporate name: NTT Security Corporation
  2. Head of Office: Tokyo, Japan
  3. Capital fund: 25.5 Billion Yen
  4. Shareholder: NTT 100%
  5. CEO: Jun Sawada (Senior Executive Vice President, NTT)
  6. Number of Employees: 1300
  7. Schedule: Start operations on August, 1st, 2016
  8. Business summary: 
    Offering specialized security services (consulting for governance, risk management, compliance and security system design, managed security services(MSS), threat intelligence and analytics)

NTT Security will be driven by matrix organization with Global Headquarters and 4 Region Headquarters of USA, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), and Japan to take the increased value to our customers of the best mix of global integration and local responsiveness to region specific requirements.

NTT will appoint a team of experienced leaders to lead this new company;

Global Headquarters

Representative Director and President, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)   Jun Sawada
(Senior Executive Vice President of NTT)
Director, Chief Operating Officer (COO)   Frank Brandenburg
(CEO, NTT Com Security)
Director, Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Chief Compliance Officer (CCO)   Kazunori Yozawa
(Vice President of MSS-TF, NTT Communications)
Director, Chief Financial Officer (CFO)   Martin Naughalty
(CFO, NTT Com Security)
Director, Chief Technology Officer (CTO)   Mike Hrabik 
(President & CTO, Solutionary)
Director   Tsunehisa Okuno
(Senior Vice President, Head of Global Business Office, NTT)
Director   Kazuhiko Okubo
(Executive Research Engineer, Secure Platform Laboratories, Service Innovation Laboratory Group, NTT)
Director   Akitoshi Hattori
(Senior Manager, Global Business Office, NTT)

Region Headquarters

USA Region CEO   Steve Idelman*
(CEO, Solutionary)
USA Region President & COO   Mike Hrabik
(President & CTO, Solutionary)
Europe Region CEO   Frank Brandenburg
(CEO, NTT Com Security)
APAC Region CEO   Martin Schlatter
(Director Security Services, Dimension Data)
Japan Region CEO   Kazunori Yozawa
(Vice President of MSS-TF, NTT Communications)

*The term of Steve Idelman will expire on December 31st, 2016. Mike Hrabik will take up USA Region CEO on January 1st, 2017.

Company profiles

Summary of NTT Com Security

  1. Head of Office: Ismaning, Germany
  2. Foundation: 1993
  3. CEO: Frank Brandenburg
  4. Number of Employees: 840
  5. Business summary: 
    Offering total IT security solutions/services (sales and maintenance of security hardware and software, consulting for governance, risk management, compliance and security system design, managed security services(MSS))

(NTT Com Security Web site) http://www.nttcomsecurity.com/en/

Summary of Solutionary

  1. Head of Office: Nebraska, United States
  2. Foundation: 2000
  3. CEO: Steve Idelman
  4. Number of Employees: 430
  5. Business summary: 
    Offering IT security services (Consulting for compliance, security system design and security management, managed security services(MSS))

(Solutionary Web site) http://www.solutionary.com/

Summary of Dimension Data

  1. Head of Office: Johannesburg, South Africa
  2. Foundation: 1983
  3. CEO: Brett Dawson
  4. Number of Employees: 30,000
  5. Business summary: 
    Offering total IT solutions/services in 58 countries all over the world (sales and maintenance of IT hardware and software, consulting, IT outsourcing, Cloud services, managed services)

(Dimension Data Web site) http://www.dimensiondata.com/

Summary of NTT Innovation Institute

  1. Head of Office: California, United States
  2. Foundation: 2013
  3. CEO: Nina Simosko
  4. Number of Employees: 40
  5. Business summary: 
    Research and Development in cyber security, cloud computing, software defined network and other innovative technologies

(NTT Innovation Institute Web site) http://www.ntti3.com/

About Solutionary
Solutionary, an NTT Group Security Company (NYSE: NTT), is the next generation managed security services provider (MSSP), focused on delivering managed security services, professional security services and global threat intelligence. Comprehensive Solutionary security monitoring and security device management services protect traditional and virtual IT infrastructures, cloud environments and mobile data. Solutionary clients are able to optimize current security programs, make informed security decisions, achieve regulatory compliance and reduce costs. The patented, cloud-based ActiveGuard® service platform uses multiple detection technologies and advanced analytics to protect against advanced threats. The Solutionary Security Engineering Research Team (SERT) researches the global threat landscape, providing actionable threat intelligence, enhanced threat detection and mitigating controls. Experienced, certified Solutionary security experts act as an extension of clients' internal teams, providing industry-leading client service to global enterprise and mid-market clients in a wide range of industries, including financial services, health care, retail and government. Services are delivered 24/7 through multiple state-of-the-art Security Operations Centers (SOCs).

  

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    925.271.8227

 

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