Fujitsu has launched a Security Services practice in Australia and New Zealand. Fujitsu intends Security Services to be a single-source practice that comprises professional services complemented by managed security services delivered from Fujtisu’s Security Operations Centre (SOC) in Sydney.
The SOC works across all customer security domains supporting market-leading technologies. Its multi-faceted team provides a hands-on approach to security business processes that includes a strong human element, supported by advanced technologies to complete the end-to-end offering.
Fujitsu has already deployed similar services in the UK and Ireland, US and Japanese markets as part of a broader program called the ‘Global Security Initiative’. The local Fujitsu Oceania team members have all been responsible for delivering information security services to a wide client base that includes Federal and State government departments and ASX-listed companies. The practice works with Fujitsu security teams around the world, sharing intelligence and methodologies, and bringing technologies such as biometrics to market.
Brendan Smith, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Senior Manager, Security Services at Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, says “Fujitsu Security Services will be a critical resource and partner for our clients as they seek to protect their information, systems and even businesses against ever-increasing and agile threats. Crucially, our focus is on the human interactions within business processes, to balance reliance on technology in any service delivery”.
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