Akamai and Fujitsu to safeguard critical infrastructure in ANZ and combat rising cyberthreats market-leading microsegmentation solution bolstered by Fujitsu ’ s leadership as a managed services provider , backed by the company ’ s extensive services portfolio across hybrid IT , data centres , cloud and cybersecurity .
With increasingly sophisticated cybersecurity threats impacting all industries including the public sector , financial , energy and healthcare sectors , the relationship will allow ANZ customers to better secure data and critical infrastructure and mitigate cyberattacks . kamai Technologies , the cloud company that powers
A and protects life online and Fujitsu Australia and
New Zealand , a leading ICT services , solutions and products company have announced they have entered a strategic relationship to assist organisations in Australia to defend against the threat of ransomware and cybersecurity attacks affecting critical infrastructure and digital assets .
This is an expansion to the companies ’ long-standing relationship in Japan . The strategic relationship will see Akamai ’ s
The companies will be working together to highlight the importance of microsegmentation in a modern architecture required to secure hybrid IT environments .
Microsegmentation is regarded as one of the fundamental projects in a Zero Trust initiative , alongside Zero Trust Network Access ( ZTNA ).
With the acquisition of Guardicore in 2021 , Akamai has further developed its microsegmentation capabilities , helping organisations reduce the attack surface , better contain breaches and achieve regulatory compliance .
Nearly 70 % of CISOs believe OSS offers a faster path to security
qua Security , a leading pureplay cloud native security
A provider , has issued new research that shows that nearly 70 % of CISOs believe open-source security
solutions provide a faster way to secure their environments . Likewise , 78 % of CISOs believe open-source solutions provide them with access to the best and most current innovations in cloud
security and more than 60 % actively prefer to work with vendors who build open-source projects .
The report is based on a survey , commissioned by Aqua , of 100 USbased CISOs at Fortune 1000 or larger companies representing a cross-section of industries . Its purpose was to evaluate security decision makers ’ understanding and perspectives regarding cloud native security and the use of open-source software ( OSS ).
“ Perceptions of open-source software are evolving . What was once seen as potential risk is now seen as an enabler for both security and business ,” said Paul Calatayud , CISO at Aqua Security . “ This is particularly relevant for cloud native environments , which benefit from the rapid innovation and agility that are common within the OSS community . These characteristics support CISO interest in working with vendors who are actively supporting OSS projects .”