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6/25/2007
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Japan ISP Uses nCircle

nCircle announced that NTTPC will launch a security service based on nCircle's suite of advanced security products

SAN FRANCISCO -- nCircle, the leading provider of agentless security risk and compliance management solutions, today announced that Japan's leading business-oriented Internet Service Provider (ISP), NTTPC, will launch a security service based on nCircle's suite of advanced security products to its managed security service clients. nCircle solutions deliver continuous endpoint and network intelligence for a comprehensive view of network risk, helping organizations to measure, manage and reduce their security risk and drive regulatory and policy compliance.

Through the strategic agreement, NTTPC will offer Japanese companies the flexibility they need in their IT security operations through the nCircle enterprise class risk management solutions, including nCircle IP360 and nCircle Security Intelligence Hub with customized reporting for the Japanese market.

"NTTPC Communications takes pride in delivering cutting-edge network services and we take security very seriously. nCircle's proactive approach to security is complementary to our current offering of value added services. nCircle's powerful reporting engine, the Security Intelligence Hub, will allow us to create high value reporting our customers need and our security risk management offerings will far exceed what others in this market can offer," noted Toshikatsu Saito, Director Business Solution Office in NTTPC's Network Services Division.

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