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Fujitsu’s New End-to-End Cyber Security Practice Addresses Challenges of a Hyperconnected World


News facts:
  • ’End-to-end‘ provider for professional services and managed security across all customer security domains and market-leading technologies
  • Multi-faceted team provides a hands-on approach to security business processes
  • Comprehensive Security Operations Centre (SOC) in Sydney
  • Oceania follows UK, USA and Japan to roll out proven practice model that leverages Fujitsu‘s vast global security expertise
Melbourne, May 28, 2015 – Fujitsu today announces that a dedicated Security Services practice is now operating in Australia and New Zealand. In its drive to protect clients’ information assets in the face of emerging strategic and operational business challenges, Fujitsu’s Security Services is a single-source practice that comprises expert 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 proven its Security Services model in the UK & Ireland, US and Japanese markets where it leverages its global defence and intelligence community heritage and strong vendor relationships to provide comprehensive service coverage to clients – a program known as 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 operates in close collaboration with Fujitsu security teams around the world, sharing intelligence and methodologies, and bringing innovative technologies, such as Palmsecure/Biometrics, to the market.
Brendan Smith, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Senior Manager, Security Services at Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, said: ““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. The hyperconnected landscape that businesses operate in today can be hostile, and we help customers manage the information security risks that arise with being a part of our digital world.  We are delivering end-to-end security services, from consulting to assurance and risk to cyber security operations in our SOC. Crucially, our focus is on the human interactions within business processes, to balance reliance on technology in any service delivery.
“Our regional team is backed by Fujitsu’s global IT and systems integration offering. If a client requires our biometrics expertise from Japan, input on defence systems from the UK, or endpoint or cloud infrastructure, we can draw on the appropriate skillset.”

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About Fujitsu Security Services
Professional Services: Include general security advisory; penetration testing; firewall policy and configuration review; assessments of external and internal vulnerabilities; web application security; risk and audit consultancy; Information Security Management System (ISMS) development; and ISM assessment readiness.

Managed Security: This area focuses on policy, risk, security incident handling and the security aspects of the ITIL disciplines, for which Fujitsu MIS is certified. It encompasses the spectrum of firewall, web, endpoint and email security as well as Network Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), and multi-factor authentication.

Security Operations Centre
Based in Sydney, Fujitsu's key cyber security facility for the region acts in conjunction with Fujitsu’s global SOC network as a security intelligence clearing house. It monitors and manages client systems as well as the global security landscape through intelligence feeds and open-source intelligence. 

Fujitsu’s clients operate within a constantly changing legal and regulatory framework, and Fujitsu’s security practice is experienced in delivering services that consistently meet Australian Government security policies including the Protective Standards Policy Framework (PSPF), the Information Security Manual (ISM), and the Australian Privacy Principles. Fujitsu is a strong advocate and user of the AS27001/2 Information Security Management System standard.
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About Fujitsu

Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions, and services. Approximately 159,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.8 trillion yen (US$40 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015.
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About Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand

Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand is a leading service provider of business, information technology and communications solutions. We partner with our customers to consult, design, build, operate and support business solutions. From strategic consulting to application and infrastructure solutions and services, Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand have earned a reputation as the single supplier of choice for leading corporate and government organisations. Fujitsu Australia Limited and Fujitsu New Zealand Limited are wholly owned subsidiaries of Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702). See 

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Date: 28 May, 2015
City: Melbourne