NTT Security in the news

  • A UK business will spend more than £1m recovering from a data security breach – NTT Security 2017 Risk:Value report
    - Estimates that companies will take 80 days to recover and suffer a 9.5% revenue drop
    - Less than half of executives say preventing a security attack is a board-level topic


    London, UK; 17 July 2017
    – The cost of recovering from of a security breach for UK organisations has been estimated in a new report launched today by NTT Security, the specialised security company of NTT Group. The 2017 Risk:Value report, the company’s third annual study of business decision makers’ attitudes to risk and the value of information security to global organisations, reveals that a UK business would have to spend £1.1m ($1.4m) on average to recover from a breach – more than the global average of £1m ($1.3m), which has gone up from the previous report’s $907,000 estimate. Read more >

  • Less than half of global executives believe GDPR compliance is relevant to their business, while a fifth admit they don’t know – NTT Security Risk:Value report shows
    Concerning numbers admit they do not know where corporate data is stored, or if all of their critical data is securely stored

    Global - 10 July, 2017 – Many global business decision makers are unaware of the implications of the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), as well as other compliance regulations like PCI-DSS and ISO27001/2, with one in five admitting they do not know which regulations their organisation is subject to. This is according to the 2017 Risk:Value report, commissioned by NTT Security, the specialized security company of NTT Group, which looks at attitudes to risk and the value of information security to the business. Read more >

  • GDPR compliance not relevant to us say UK decision makers, while one in five admit they don’t know – new NTT Security Risk:Value report shows
    UK executives badly informed about where data is stored compared to other countries

    London, UK; 10 July 2017 – According to new research, when it comes to data compliance matters, one in five business decision makers within the UK admit they do not know which compliance regulations their company is subject to, while a worrying number do not believe the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to them. The findings are part of the 2017 Risk:Value report commissioned by NTT Security, the specialised security company of NTT Group, which looks at attitudes to risk and the value of information security to the business. Read more >

  • NTT Security Communication: WannaCry – May 2017
    On Friday May 12, 2017, a major ransomware outbreak affected organizations globally. It has affected hundreds of thousands of computers around the world across 150 countries. The ransomware typically demands payments of $300 to $600, which are to be paid using bitcoins . The National Health Service (NHS), international shipper FedEx, telecommunications company Telefonica and others were among the organizations impacted. Read more >

  • EMEA is top source of phishing attacks worldwide according to NTT Security Global Threat Intelligence Report
    - UK third most common source of attacks against EMEA
    - UK second only to the US as top source of all global attacks

    London, UK; 9 May 2017
    – Over half (53 per cent) of the world’s phishing attacks originated in EMEA, according to the 2017 Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR) published by NTT Security, the specialised security company of NTT Group. Analysing global threat trends (1 Oct 2015-31 Sept 2016), the report also shows that of all phishing attacks worldwide, 38 per cent came from the Netherlands, second only to the US (41 per cent). The data shows that nearly three-quarters (73 per cent) of all malware globally was delivered to its victims because of a phishing attack. Read more >

  • 2017 Global Threat Intelligence Report: 77% of all ransomware detected in four industries - business and professional services, government, health care and retail
    NTT Group report shows 25 passwords account for one third of all authentication attempts; and phishing attacks responsible for three-quarters of all malware

    Global; 25 April 2017 – NTT Security, the specialized security company of NTT Group, has launched its 2017 Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR), which analyzes global threat trends based on log, event, attack, incident and vulnerability data [1 October 2015 to 31 September 2016]. Analyzing content from NTT Group operating companies, including NTT Security, Dimension Data, NTT Communications and NTT Data, and data from the Global Threat Intelligence Center (formerly known as SERT), the report highlights the latest ransomware, phishing and DDoS attack trends and demonstrates the impact of today’s threats against global organizations. Read more >

  • NTT Security combines regional assets to launch The Global Threat Intelligence Center
    Global; 11 April 2017NTT Security, the specialized security company of NTT Group, has announced the formation of the Global Threat Intelligence Center (GTIC) to replace what was known formerly as the Security Engineering and Research Team (SERT), which last year transitioned under the NTT Security brand. Read more >

  • Complacency Could be the Downfall to Organisations Effectively Achieving GDPR Compliance
    New Services from NTT Security to help organisations to build the right GDPR programme for their business

    London, UK; 6th April 2017 – Businesses are falling into traps of complacency when it comes to preparing for the upcoming Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This is according to NTT Security, the specialized security company of NTT Group, which has launched a comprehensive portfolio of GDPR services* in the UK for organisations looking for clarity about their current readiness. Read more >

  • 80% of shoppers demand transparency from online retailers after a data breach, according to NTT Security consumer survey
    - But a third admit they would still use an online store that’s been hacked
    - Social media and dating sites are least trusted, but banks still seen as secure

    London, UK; 21 November 2016 – Online shoppers want retailers to be transparent and honest if they have suffered a security breach, according to a new UK consumer survey commissioned by NTT Security, the global information security and risk management company. The research, ahead of one of the busiest online shopping periods in the lead up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday and Christmas, also reveals that customers want to know if a site has been hacked or personal data compromised.
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  • Cylance Becomes First Technology Partner in NTT Security Cyber Security Innovation Programme with AI-based Advanced Endpoint Protection
    London, UK; 2 November 2016 – NTT Security, the global information security and risk management company, has today announced that it has chosen to work with next-generation endpoint security company Cylance on a joint go-to-market strategy. The deal sees Cylance become the first new technology partner since NTT Security launched its Cyber Security Innovation Programme in the UK in August. The new programme enables NTT Security to explore and test the evolving technology landscape, and select the most innovative companies as partners. Read more >

  • NTT Security awarded place on G-Cloud 8 government framework
    To supply Specialist Cloud Services alongside key partners to public sector and central government

    London, UK; 20 September 2016 - NTT Security, the global information security and risk management company, has been confirmed as a supplier for the G-Cloud 8 framework by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS). The eighth iteration of the framework, the G-Cloud agreement is used by organisations right across the UK public sector, including central government, local government, health, education and the emergency services, without having to go through a formal procurement process. Read more >

  • NTT Security Launches UK Cyber Security Innovation Programme
    New Programme to Identify Innovations that will Help Businesses Establish a Resilient Cyber Defence Architecture

    London, UK; 15th August 2016 – NTT Security, the global information security and risk management company, has announced the launch of its Cyber Security Innovation Programme in the UK. Through the new programme, NTT Security will explore and test the evolving technology landscape, and examine how a multitude of new solutions can help organisations create sustainable and resilient cyber architectures while reducing complexity and cost. Read more >

  • The Launch of NTT Security Corporation
    1 August 2016 - NTT Security Corporation (abbreviated to NTT Security; Head Office: Minato-Ku, Tokyo; Chief Executive Officer: Jun Sawada) has started its operations as a specialized security company of NTT Group on August 1st, 2016, bringing together NTT’s advanced analytics technologies, threat intelligence and security experts. Read more >

  • Double award win as NTT Com Security honoured for exceptional technical excellence by global technology partners
    London, UK; 19 July 2016 – Global information security and risk management company, NTT Com Security, has been honoured by two global partners for the level and quality of its technical excellence and support to customers. Read more >

  • Formation of “NTT Security”, a Specialized Security Company
    6 June 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. Read more >

  • 77% of organisations unprepared for cyber security incidents according to NTT Com Security Global Threat Intelligence Report
    Security fatigue, skills shortage and lack of investment leave firms dangerously exposed

    London, UK; 18 May 2016
    – Organisations remain unprepared and without a formal plan to respond to cyber security incidents, according to the annual Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR) announced by NTT Com Security, an NTT Group company. Analysing global threat trends since 2013, the 2016 report reveals that there has been little improvement in preparedness, with the latest figures indicating a slight increase in organisations that are not properly prepared, despite the rise in security attacks and data breaches.
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  • Insurance against cyber attacks is vital say businesses but only 41% covered for both security breaches and data loss
    One in 10 admit to no insurance cover at all, according to NTT Com Security Risk:Value report London, UK. 14 April 2016 – While the majority of global organisations say that it is ‘vital’ their organisation is insured against information security breaches, less than half (41%) are fully covered for both security breaches and data loss and just over a third have dedicated cybersecurity insurance. This is according to the 2016 Risk:Value report looking at attitudes to cybersecurity and risk from NTT Com Security, the global information security and risk management company. Read more >

  • NTT Com Security Launches New Incident Response Service
    Partnership with Context Information Security sees specialist and certified cyber defence and forensic services delivered to clients in the UK. London, UK; 23rd March 2016 – NTT Com Security has announced a new partnership with cyber security consultancy Context Information Security. The leading security solutions provider will be launching a new Incident Response Service for its customers in the UK, which will provide specialist certified incident response capabilities designed to help corporate customers identify, understand, defend against and remediate when sophisticated high impact cyber attacks occur. Read more >

  • Two-thirds of business decision makers expect to suffer an information security breach – at a cost of almost $1m to global businesses
    London, UK; 10 February 2016 – The majority of business decision makers admit that their organisation will suffer an information security breach and that the cost of recovery could start from around $1 million. This is according to a new Risk:Value research report from global information security and risk management company, NTT Com Security launched today. Read more >

  • UK businesses could spend £1.2 million recovering from a cyber security breach according to new research
    London, UK; 10 February 2016 – Most business decision makers in the UK admit that their organisation will suffer from a cyber security breach at some point. They also anticipate that to recover from a data breach would cost upwards of £1.2 million on average for their organisation, the highest figure globally. This is according to a new Risk:Value report from global information security and risk management company, NTT Com Security, which surveyed business decision makers in the UK, as well as US, Germany, France, Sweden, Norway and Switzerland. Read more >

  • Bromium and NTT Com Security Announce Global Security Partnership
    Companies to Provide Endpoint Threat Isolation to Organizations Worldwide; Delivering Zero-day Protection and Forensic Threat Analysis
    CUPERTINO, Calif. and Theale, Reading, UK – 9am (PST) January 20, 2016 — Bromium®, Inc. , the pioneer of threat isolation to prevent data breaches, and NTT Com Security, a global information security and risk management organization, today announced a strategic global partnership to deliver Bromium’s complete endpoint protection solution to businesses and governments worldwide, delivering zero-day protection and forensic threat analysis. Read more >

  • NTT Positioned as a Challenger in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services, Worldwide
    12 January 2016 - Evaluation Based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute. NTT (NYSE: NTT) today announced that Gartner, Inc., a leading IT research and advisory firm, has positioned NTT in the “Challengers” Quadrant of the 2015 Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services, Worldwide*. Read more >

  • NTT Com Security Awarded Top F5 Guardian Professional Services Partners Status
    1 December 2015, Theale, Reading, UK – NTT Com Security has announced it has attained the highest partner status in the F5 Guardian Professional Services Program. The achievement recognises the global information security and risk management company as an elite channel partner with the advanced skills and experience required to successfully implement F5’s product portfolio. Read more >

  • NTT Com Security Adds Machine Learning Detection Capabilities to its WideAngle Managed Security Services (MSS) Solution
    7th October 2015, THEALE, Reading, UK – NTT Com Security, in collaboration with NTT Communications, has today announced it has added machine learning capabilities to its Managed Security Services (MSS) solution under the WideAngle brand. The new move forms part of the global information security and risk management company’s strategy to develop and deliver the smartest threat detection intelligence for organisations around the world. Read more >

  • NTT Com Security strengthens Professional Services team with senior-level appointment
    Linda McCormack appointed Vice President Professional Services

    04 August 2015, Theale, Reading – NTT Com Security, the global information security and risk management company, is strengthening its Professional Services team with a new senior appointment.  Linda McCormack, Vice President Professional Services, Northern Europe, is joining the organisation to grow and develop NTT Com Security’s WideAngle professional services business, particularly within the finance, retail and manufacturing sectors. Read more >

  • NTT Com Security and Fortinet Announce Global Security Partnership
    SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. and Theale, Reading, July 13, 2015 – NTT Com Security, the global information security and risk management company and Fortinet, a leader in high performance cyber security solutions, have entered into a formal partnership to provide expert security advice and world-class security solutions to organizations worldwide. The partnership includes incorporating the broad range of Fortinet security solutions into NTT Com Security solutions to help protect customers across the globe, irrespective of size or sector. Read more >

  • NTT Com Group Offers Total Risk Management Service to Secure Organizations Worldwide
    TOKYO, JAPAN, 7th February 2013 - NTT Com Group, incorporating NTT Communications (NTT Com), Integralis AG and Secode AB and in cooperation with NTT Secure Platform Laboratories, today announces that it is launching a security-information event-management (SIEM) technology to provide enhanced detection and analysis of security risks, including targeted attacks for organizations worldwide. Read more >

  • 76% of IT Decision Makers to Adopt Mobile Business Applications in the Next 12 Months
    Theale, Reading, U.K., 16th October 2012. At Integralis Security World UK 2012, Integralis, a global provider of IT Security and Information Risk Management solutions, announced the findings of new research into enterprise use of business applications (apps) on mobile devices. According to the research among 300+ UK IT decision makers in enterprises, over three-quarters (76%) plan to adopt mobile business apps in the next 12 months, but security, potential loss of data and compliance remain key concerns about business application implementation. Read more >

  • Chief Executive Officer Georg Magg to leave the Company/Simon Church appointed new Chief Executive Officer of Integralis AG
    Ismaning, Germany, Wednesday 5 September, 2012. Prime Standard-listed Integralis AG, a global provider of IT Security and Information Risk Management solutions, has announced an important change to its Management Board (Vorstand). Read more >

  • Integralis Appoints Mick Ebsworth as New Information Security Consulting Practice Director
    Thursday, 02 August 2012 Theale, Reading, UK, Thursday 2nd August 2012: Integralis Ltd., a global provider of IT Security and Information Risk Management solutions, today announces the appointment of Mick Ebsworth to the position of Information Security Consulting Practice Director (UK). This appointment strengthens Integralis’ ability to expand its portfolio of services and to continue to offer leading edge advice. Read more >

  • Integralis Awarded RSA’s EMEA Security Management Partner of the Year
    Theale, Reading, Monday 11th June, 2012. Integralis Ltd., a global provider of IT Security and Information Risk Management solutions today announces that it has received the 2012 ‘EMEA Security Management Partner of the year’ award at the recent RSA EMEA Partner Council 2012 held in Prague, Czech Republic. Read more >

  • Integralis Appoints Tom Salkield as New Professional Services Director
    Theale, Reading, Tuesday 29 May, 2012: Integralis Ltd., a global provider of IT Security and Information Risk Management solutions today announces the appointment of Tom Salkield to the position of Professional Services Director (UK). Read more >

  • Integralis Strengthens Authentication and Access Control With SailPoint IdentityIQ
    New Partnership Enhances Integralis’ Portfolio with Governance-based Identity Management TechnologyRead more >

  • Data defence
    From data breaches to industrial espionage, cybercrime can take on many forms. Neil Hodge tracks the recent growth in cyber attacks and highlights the role CFOs can play in protecting their organisations. Read more >

  • Integralis Further Invests in Global Security Operations Centre
    Centres of Excellence Provide Round-the-Clock Expert SupportRead more >

  • Dutch Teleco KPN sends a million Valentines Day apologies to its customers
    In the Financial Timeson Valentine's Day Dutch Telecoms company KPN offered two million apologies in an advertising campaign to pacify subscribers unable to access emails over the weekend as it overhauled its systems after a cyberattack.Read more >

  • Dutch telecoms firm KPN apologises after hack
    Company says its security systems were not up to scratch and apologises after disabling 2 million email accounts.Read more >

  • Comment on Cyberattack of Dutch Telecoms Company KPN
    In today’s Financial Times, we see that Dutch Telecoms company KPN has offered two million apologies in an advertising campaign to pacify subscribers unable to access emails over the weekend as it overhauled its systems after a cyberattack.Read more >

  • Integralis UK promotes Rigby to Sales Director
    The UK' s largest providerof IT Security and Information Risk Management solutions, Integralis, has promoted Ian Rigby to Sales Director from Business Unit Director.Read more >

  • Integralis Acquires Managed Security Services Provider Secode AB - Acquisition formally adds Nordic and NL Region to Integralis’ Global Operations
    Theale, Reading, U.K., 1st December 2011. Integralis, a global provider of IT Security and Information Risk Management solutions, today announced the formal acquisition of Secode AB, a leading provider of managed security services, from parent company NTT Communications (NTT Com). Read more >

  • CRN - Integralis sidesteps security margin crunch
    Security integrator claims its move away from point products has made it immune from margin squeeze. By Doug Woodburn, CRN Read more >