Tata Communications Introduces Premise, Managed Services
Tata Communications has announced the launch of a suite of security services designed to protect the applications, IT systems and networks.
Tata Communications has announced the launch of a suite of security services designed to protect the applications, IT systems and networks. The security services include premise and managed services.
"Research by our global network of strategic partners shows that security risks continue to increase dramatically. As attacks continue to grow in complexity, effective solutions must integrate multi-dimensionally across different categories of security infrastructure, take on global visibility of incidents and events, and build upon best-available real-time intelligence," said John Landau, Senior Vice President, Global Managed Services, Tata Communications. "Tata Communications has assembled extraordinary expertise and purposefully designed its defense-in-depth services suite to address this concerning trend. We are strongly positioned to support our customers as they recognise the requirement to move beyond simple point security solutions towards globally consistent integrated threat management solutions."
The suite of security services includes managed and monitored Firewalls and Unified Threat Management (UTM) appliances, Intrusion Detection and Prevention systems, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Detection and Mitigation, and Penetration Testing.
"Tata Communications' customers are running their businesses on cutting-edge IP solutions, with security management being a paramount concern," stated Vinod Kumar, President of Global Data and Mobility Solutions, Tata Communications. "As one of the world’s largest global network operators, our company is committed to meet our customers’ unique infrastructure needs, allowing them to focus on running their businesses. Our delivery of these world-class managed security solutions is now providing our customers with the ability to reliably secure their critical business networks and applications."
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