This year at Black Hat 2017, NTT Security is focusing on incident response readiness. One lucky show participant will win a thorough gap assessment from the NTT Security Incident Response team valued at approximately $15,000 based on 40 hours of professional services*. The promotion spotlights the importance for organizations to formulate a robust incident response program in order to minimize liability in the event their infrastructure is infiltrated.
London, UK — 17 July 2017
- 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
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.
Omaha, NE — 11 July 2017
"Swimming with the Sharks” Promotion Award Valued at Approximately $15,000
This year at Black Hat 2017, NTT Security is focusing on incident response readiness with a promotion called Swimming with the Sharks: The Need for Proactive Critical Incident Response.
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.
Global — 10 July 2017
Concerning numbers admit they do not know where corporate data is stored, or if all of their critical data is securely stored
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.
Global — 12 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.
London, UK — 09 May 2017
- UK third most common source of attacks against EMEA
- UK second only to the US as top source of all global attacks
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.
Global — 25 April 2017
NTT Group report shows 25 passwords account for one third of all authentication attempts; and phishing attacks responsible for three-quarters of all malware
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.
Global — 11 April 2017
NTT 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.
London, UK — 06 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.
Omaha, NE — 26 January 2017
Addresses the Evolving Science of Cyber Forensics to Identify Cyber-Attack Sources
NTT Security today issued its quarterly Threat Intelligence Report, which underscores the need for more advanced tools to protect organizations’ data and networks from the evolving tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used by cyber-attackers. A topic of considerable public attention is the ability to determine the source of cyber-attacks to determine their credibility and motivation.
London, UK — 21 November 2016
- 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
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.
London, UK — 02 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.
Omaha, NE — 20 October 2016
Detailed Report Indicates that Hackers are Becoming More Diversified
NTT Security today issued its quarterly threat intelligence report, confirming the need for organizations to conduct better penetration testing to combat continual changes in hackers’ tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs).
Redwood City, CA — 11 October 2016
NTT Security (US) Inc integrates the Qualys Cloud Platform for advanced analytic technologies, threat intelligence and detection
Qualys, Inc. (NASDAQ: QLYS), a pioneer and leading provider of cloud-based security and compliance solutions, and NTT Security (US) Inc, a specialized security company of NTT Group (NYSE: NTT), today announced a strategic partnership in the US to integrate Qualys’ cloud-based IT security and compliance services with NTT Security’s Managed Security Services (MSS) and strategic consulting engagements. The agreement enables NTT Security customers to leverage the Qualys Cloud Platform’s scale for continuous IT security and compliance visibility across all aspects of IT infrastructure including mobile, cloud or on-premises environments.
London, UK — 20 September 2016
To supply Specialist Cloud Services alongside key partners to public sector and central government
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.
Omaha, NE — 13 September 2016
NTT Security today announced the company has been cited as a “Strong Performer” in The Forrester Wave™: Managed Security Services Providers (MSSP), North America, Q3 2016 report. NTT Security was one of 11 select MSSP companies that Forrester invited to participate in the study. MSSPs were evaluated on a comprehensive set of 36 criteria, grouped into current offering, strategy and market presence categories.
London, UK — 15 August 2016
New Programme to Identify Innovations that will Help Businesses Establish a Resilient Cyber Defence Architecture
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.
Global — 01 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.