The cybersecurity advisory services empower organizations to develop strategies and roadmaps aligned to their operations and design and build their security architecture, policies and frameworks, NTT indicated. These services ensure that organizations can assess maturity across their security ecosystem and evaluate the ROI of their cybersecurity investments.
Comparatively, NTT's security consulting services help protect organizations against cyber threats, the company stated. They are backed by security professionals who help organizations create secure IT environments.
How Can Organizations Use NTT's Cybersecurity Advisory and Security Consulting Services?
Organizations can use NTT's cybersecurity advisory and security consulting services to assess their applications, devices and systems, the company said. In doing so, they can identify security vulnerabilities and explore ways to bolster their security posture.
In addition, organizations can leverage security NTT's cybersecurity advisory and security consulting services to analyze the global cyber threat landscape, the company noted. Organizations also can access security benchmarking data from over 500 cybersecurity advisory customer engagements collected by NTT's security division.
NTT Partners with Check Point
Along with its cybersecurity advisory and security consulting services announcement, NTT last month partnered with Check Point Software Technologies to release bundled cybersecurity solutions.
The bundled cybersecurity solutions combine Check Point's Infinity cybersecurity architecture with NTT’s managed security services, the companies noted. They include:
- Check Point Infinity Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) with selected gateways for 500, 1,500, 2,500 and 5,000+ users
- NTT support and maintenance, device management and threat detection and remediation services
- Consulting and implementation professional services
The bundled cybersecurity solutions also provide organizations with security monitoring, vulnerability management and device management support, the companies said.