Ericsson, Intel to bring managed security to operators

Operators to contribute their regulatory compliance expertise
Ericsson, Intel to bring managed security to operators

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Ericsson and Intel Security are working to make managed security solutions available for telecom operators to bundle with the existing services they provide to enterprises.

From the enterprise perspective, telecom operators will contribute their regulatory compliance expertise, ability to combine communications services with security, and local response capabilities. Initially, intrusion prevention system services, e-mail security and web security solutions will be available, stated the company.

Chris Young, senior vice president and GM of Intel Security, said: “Telecommunications networks are a critical component of the economic and social infrastructures that we rely upon. Together, Intel Security and Ericsson are working to keep the well over three billion people across the globe that use these systems safe and secure.”

Jean-Claude Geha, vice president and head of managed services at Ericsson, added: “Intel Security has an exceptional, end-to-end consumer and enterprise security product portfolio. Ericsson is the leader in telecom managed services with the scale, skills and people required to make Intel’s security solutions available to telecom operators around the world. Together, we will be able to provide exceptional managed security solutions to telecom operators.”

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