Ovum – APAC Managed Security Service Providers Overview – November 2016

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Orange Business Services profiled in the "Ovum 2016 Managed Security Service Providers Overview: Asia Pacific"

Date: 8 November 2016
Analyst: Clement Teo

 

"Orange is happy to be acknowledged and profiled by Ovum as a key player in the Asia Pacific Managed Security Services market. This recognition fully validates our continued investments and strategy to capture the growth potential in international markets.

"Cybersecurity is a key element in all areas of an organization’s digital transformation and is an important growth driver for Orange. Since January 2016, all of the security expertise at Orange has been channeled into a fully dedicated business unit, Orange Cyberdefense. Orange Cyberdefense supports enterprises in all areas of security by offering managed, integrated and hybrid services, including the design, implementation and operational management of security strategies. From securing workstations, mobile devices, applications, industrial processes, connected devices and cloud infrastructure to managing the overall security infrastructure, coupled with analytics and CERT capabilities, Orange delivers comprehensive security services leveraging its global presence in 220 countries and territories."
- Nicolas Drogou, Head of Security Services, Asia Pacific, Orange Business Services

Report Summary: Security is top of mind at large enterprises today and at the board level. As the tools of the digital economy become pervasive, impacting everything from airlines to factories, every business organization must protect an ever-growing data set. High-profile attacks on large enterprises such as Sony and Bangladesh Bank have demonstrated how damaging a security breach is. As organizations face growing security challenges with limited expertise and resources, telcos and systems integrators (SIs) have stepped up to provide managed security as a standalone service line with major investments. This introductory report looks at key managed security trends in Asia Pacific and the security gaps that need addressing and provides a snapshot of a selection of regional and global managed security service providers (MSSPs) in Asia Pacific.