NTT DATA launches Cybersecurity Posture Evaluation report


NTT DATA UK&I, the provider of digital, data and technology services, has launched its complimentary Cybersecurity Posture Evaluation, providing organisations with an extensive external threat assessment.

The service – which is open to all organisations looking to better understand their potential risks in an evolving cybersecurity landscape – offers real-time, actionable insights into present cyber risks they are facing.

An example of how the Posture Evaluation report would be presented.

The evaluation offering, which is being delivered in partnership with SecurityScorecard, will allow businesses to monitor security beyond their own organisation, by evaluating partners who may be an associated risk to the organisation during a partnership. 

During the evaluation process, NTT DATA will also provide insight into whether or not an organisation has unknowingly exposed private data or if data has been leaked in dangerous internet circles, like the dark web. All reports will be accompanied by a face-to-face meeting with an NTT DATA security expert to break down the evaluation with each company and discuss the appropriate next steps to take to strengthen their security posture.

Due to factors that accompany an evolving cybersecurity landscape – including increasingly strategic hackers, stricter data privacy requirements and evolved security mandates – it is necessary that organisations are fully aware of their security positioning and level of risk at all times.

“We are excited to begin offering our complimentary Cybersecurity Posture Evaluation service to our customers,” commented Warren O'Driscoll, Head of Security Practice at NTT DATA UK&I. “Our unique report, which is powered by the SecurityScorecard platform, helps businesses better understand their specific attack surface and supply chain exposures.”

“Most importantly, businesses that sign up get to benefit from a 45-minute meeting with one of our qualified experts at NTT DATA. Not only do we guide businesses through the analysis, but we can also identify areas that need strengthening and suggest how they could achieve this.”

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