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Fujitsu announces new cyber security consulting division

IT giant Fujitsu launches trans-Tasman Fujitsu Cyber Security Services consulting team.

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Wed, 17 Apr 2024
Fujitsu announces new cyber security consulting division
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Multinational IT and communications firm Fujitsu has announced a new cyber security division focused on Australia and New Zealand.

The new Fujitsu Cyber Security Services division will provide a range of services, including consulting and assurance, AI-enhanced security services, digital forensics, and cyber security assessments.

The service is aimed at assisting Oceanic organisations navigate their cyber security needs as they evolve.


“Organisations of all sizes are increasingly facing cyber threats,” said Graeme Beardsell, chief executive officer Asia-Pacific at Fujitsu, in a statement.

“Fujitsu Cyber Security Services will support firms to prepare and respond to the most pressing data security challenges today. Our integrated team of experts provides comprehensive, tailored solutions, from advanced threat intelligence to rapid response mechanisms. By unifying our firm’s regional expertise, Fujitsu offers a unique strategic advantage, enabling our clients to focus on their core business with the assurance of robust cyber resilience.”

The creation of the new division comes off the back of several recent regional acquisitions, including cyber security specialist MF & Associates, Microsoft cloud security provider oobe, and Enable, APAC’s largest ServiceNow provider.

Stuart Kilduff, head of Fujitsu Cyber Security Services, said the new division is “backed by Fujitsu’s legacy of innovation”.

“This enables Fujitsu to deliver rapid, effective data security solutions, ensuring our clients’ cyber resilience,” Killduff said.

“Organisations will also be able to access an integrated range of technologies, including artificial intelligence, and digital and security transformation skills to support the complex needs of organisations in Australia and New Zealand.”

David Hollingworth

David Hollingworth

David Hollingworth has been writing about technology for over 20 years, and has worked for a range of print and online titles in his career. He is enjoying getting to grips with cyber security, especially when it lets him talk about Lego.

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