Fujitsu announces Japan’s first software to automate detection of cyber attacks and response
Fujitsu today announced the availability of Japan’s first software to automate detection of cyber attacks and response. The software, FUJITSU Software Systemwalker Security Control, dramatically shortens the initial response time after malware has been detected to prevent damage from spreading. Systemwalker Security Control automates what has previously been a manual process of responding to cyber attacks, dramatically shortening the response time and limiting the extent of the attack. In Fujitsu’s own experience, this product has cut initial response times by roughly 97%. Also being offered is FUJITSU Security Solution Information Security Enhancement Support Consulting, which are services designed to improve the security of control systems.
There are two services being offered as a part of Information Security Enhancement Support Consulting. One is the identification of security risks, and the other is training services for establishing security policies. Both are aimed at strengthening the security of control systems. Both are part of the FUJITSU Security Initiative, a systematized suite of products and services that support safe and secure ICT for customers and society, with FUJITSU Software Systemwalker Security Control planned to be rolled out to other markets outside of Japan later in Fiscal 2014.