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Managed Detection and Response (MDR)

NTT Security’s Samurai MDR service is a comprehensive cyber security solution designed to provide companies with the 24/7 proactive defense that needs to be at the core of all cyber security operations.

A Leading MDR Specialist

As a leading MDR specialist, NTT Security understands companies challenges in efficiently detecting and responding to advanced persistent threats, especially in a world where cyber threats are constantly evolving.

Our Samurai MDR service is specifically designed to help companies overcome these challenges by providing expert security monitoring and detection services, allowing them to focus on their core business activities without worrying about cyber security threats.

Detect and Respond to Threats Quickly and Accurately

The core of our Samurai MDR service lies in our ability to quickly and accurately detect and respond to threats. We utilize our own developed analysis engines, SOC analyst workbench, and tooling at our security operations center in Gothenburg, Sweden.

With our advanced threat intelligence, AI-powered platform and experienced security analysts we can find the needle in the haystack, distinguishing true threats from thousands of false security alerts.

Three Reasons to Work with MDR by NTT Security

Threat Intelligence

NTT is a global tier-one internet service providers, accounting for more than 40% of all internet traffic. Parts of of our Threat Intelligence is derived from analyzing traffic patterns, enabling us to obtain early indications of suspicious nodes and servers

24/7 Expertise and Experience

With decades of experience in protecting organizations from cyber threats, our industry’s top experts have the knowledge and expertise to quickly detect and respond to attacks.

Advanced Technology

NTT Security leverages the latest technology and tools to deliver effective MDR service. Our proprietary Samurai platform provides fast deployment, real-time visibility and response capabilities to quickly identify and neutralize threats.

Efficient Onboarding Process

Our clients benefit from our highly efficient onboarding process, which allows them to start using our Samurai MDR service within just a few days. Once onboarded, the security analysts in our SOC have access to a full set of functions that they can use to accurately and precisely analyze an attack and classify it properly. We then send them a security incident report or take the action that the client wants, while also following up with the necessary evidence data to put the incident into context within your company.

Analyzing 40% of Global Internet Traffic

Being part of the same family as one of the largest global tier-one internet service providers, we can analyze NetFlow data from 40% of the world’s internet traffic that goes through our cables, allowing us to see patterns and detect new botnets as they emerge.

This data is used to build new analysis logic and intelligence to provide detection for our clients for the most sophisticated attacks today.

Peace of Mind. Focus on your Core Business

Our Samurai MDR service is backed by our team of experienced security experts and a workbench of specialized tools, allowing us to provide our clients with a comprehensive cyber security solution that is tailored to their specific needs.

With NTT’s Samurai MDR service, you can rest assured that your company is well protected from cyber threats, allowing you to focus on your core business activities with peace of mind. Contact us today to learn more about how our MDR service can help protect your business.

MDR for OT

Protect your critical infrastructure with our tailored solutions and safeguard your business against potential cyber threats.

The field of operational technology is undergoing a major digitalization, with various systems becoming increasingly connected, creating new vulnerabilities in OT environments.

Attacks on critical infrastructure have increased across all industry sectors, making it a complex but nevertheless essential task to prepare for new threats.