Fujitsu announced that it is expanding its Fujitsu Security Solution Global Managed Security Service, which provides centralized lifecycle support, from cyberattack prediction to system restoration. The company is strengthening endpoint(1) and cloud security, and will provide analyses of threat information from the dark web(2).
Fujitsu is offering in Japan from May “Fujitsu Security Solution Cybereason EDR Service,” which offers a total package of deployment, operations, and maintenance for Cybereason EDR(3), software that can detect cyberattacks by unknown sources on endpoints using machine learning.
In the cloud domain, Fujitsu will offer a service to customers that use Microsoft 365 E5(4) whereby the company operates on their behalf accompanying integrated security services(5) that defend from, detect, and respond to cyberattacks, and Fujitsu will also offer a service that provides customers individualized reports detailing dark web and deep web(6) threats. Both services are planned to be steadily rolled out in Japan from August 2018.
In addition to these three services, Fujitsu is offering in Japan from May “Fujitsu Security Solution Global Managed Security Service Express,” which expedites deployment by offering a package of only the required parts of the existing Global Managed Security Service.
Going forward, Fujitsu will support the business continuity of customers by continually enhancing its Global Managed Security Service using cutting-edge security technology, contributing to the creation of a comfortable and secure networked society.
These new services will be exhibited at Fujitsu Forum 2018, which will be held May 17-18 at Tokyo International Forum in Tokyo.
In recent years, changes to the ways people work and the rise of cloud utilization have altered the ways ICT is used. It is also becoming difficult to deal with the entire range of increasingly diverse and sophisticated cyberattacks with just existing countermeasures, such as anti-virus products and firewalls. Under the Cybersecurity Management Guidelines 2.0, revised by the Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan (IPA) in November 2017, companies are asked not only to defend against cyberattacks, but to embrace wide-ranging countermeasures, from attack detection to recovery.
In light of this situation, Fujitsu is expanding its Global Managed Security Service, providing from May operations and maintenance for Cybereason EDR, which can detect previously unknown malware attacks in endpoints, and is also enhancing its security countermeasures, by rolling out a managed operations service for the integrated security services that accompany the cloud service Microsoft 365 E5 and a service that provides individualized reports to customers on threat information from the dark web.