Fujitsu recognized as a Disruptor in Avasant’s Cybersecurity Services RadarView™ Report 2020
Among endless service provider options, novel and disruptive mechanics in innovation brings recognition as a Disruptor for Cybersecurity Services 2020.Read the Avasant report
AVASANT ANALYST INSIGHTS
- Fujitsu has adopted “defense in depth”, a multilayered defense mechanism that includes 3 security measures: information security, cybersecurity (covering gateway, network, and endpoint security), and physical security.
- As multi-cloud strategies are increasingly becoming dominant, it launched multi-cloud security services that include IAM, data protection, endpoint security, threat management and security monitoring along with cloud security posture management. These services are cloud-agnostic, providing customer flexibility to deploy cloud solutions of their choice.
- To help organizations navigate endpoint security across multiple devices and OS, it introduced Unified Endpoint Security (UES) managed service that combines Endpoint Protection (EPP), Next-Generation Antivirus (NGAV), and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) capabilities.
- It formed a team specialized in incident response for cybersecurity under CISO, which collaborates with the SOC to identify the target device and delink it from network to minimize damage.
- Fujitsu is partnering with specialized security vendors to drive vertical focus. With Upstream Security, it is developing security solutions for connected vehicles, targeting car manufacturers and mobility companies in Japan, North America, and Europe.
- It collaborated with Exostar to extend cybersecurity solutions to the supply chain segment in aerospace and defense, life sciences, and healthcare. Through this partnership, Fujitsu also drives defense and national security solutions to the Japanese market.
- It developed its SAMURAI platform in collaboration with its partner ecosystem including Fortinet, Proofpoint, Splunk, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, and Juniper Networks.
Investments and Innovation
- Fujitsu continues to invest in IT systems, developing and extending cybersecurity capability and functionality. With the focus on the public sector, it opened its 9th SOC, Cyber Resilience Centre, in Canberra to reach out to federal and state government customers.
- Fujitsu Thailand is transitioning from a system integrator to a global services integrator and is investing in 4 core solutions, including ERP, managed service cloud and data centers, security services and digital innovation (IoT and robotic automation).
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