CounterTack and NTT Security have announced a partnership to broaden the latter’s Managed Endpoint Detection and Response Service with the former’s Endpoint Threat Platform (ETP).
The firms say the prevention and protection at scale offered by ETP rounds out NTT Security’s service offering with capabilities that allow enterprises to detect and respond to unknown malware, insider threat, data loss prevention, fileless malware, forensics and more.
With NTT Security’s services global reach into large enterprises through its operating companies, such as Dimension Data, NTT Communications and NTT DATA and a total addressable market of tens of millions of endpoints in Japan alone, the endpoint detection, response and dynamic prevention capability will be fully integrated with its advanced security services offering and
It will be available to new and existing NTT Security customers as part of a total Managed Detection and Response service.
NTT Security will use CounterTack’s end point advanced threat detection and response platform, in addition to other existing partners in their integrated suite of applications, to expand their managed security services to detect dynamic behaviors like PowerShell attacks and memory-only malware as well as rapid response to ransomware and other fast-moving threats.
This further enables NTT Security’s proven threat detection and response capability using their proprietary SIEM platform.
“We completed an extensive and thorough evaluation of almost every product in this category and CounterTack’s Endpoint Threat Platform (ETP) stood out with distinctive security capabilities, high performance and most importantly, it’s ability to scale to match even our largest customer environments,” said Jun Sawada, CEO of NTT Security. “CounterTack brings the depth of security value that we required and is backed by an analysis and response team and a company vision consistent with our own. In the end, it was clear that CounterTack provided one of the best available technologies to protect our customers against current and future endpoint threats.”