Market Research Report
Managed Security Service (MSS) in Asia Pacific: Telcos' MSS Portfolio and Market Approach
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|Managed Security Service (MSS) in Asia Pacific: Telcos' MSS Portfolio and Market Approach|
|Published: September 18, 2018||Content info: 25 Pages||
Telcos are well placed to offer MSS given their place as network operators and ability to offer unique capabilities in threat intelligence. They are also turning to new partner models with other operators, embracing open source to move away from being pure resellers and in some cases fusing offers with late stage start-ups to further innovate. In Asia Pacific, a number of operators such as Singtel, NTT Security and Telstra are leading the charge in the MSS market.
In Asia Pacific, although telco's may initially not be strongly associated with security services, expanding their managed services portfolio to include MSS has become a strategic initiative to create a new source of revenue.The types of services offered are polarized around 2 trends: with pan- regional and Local Tier I telcos, offering sophisticated MSS services, such as Real Time threats monitoring from its in-country SOC or DDoS mitigation services; and in the other side, Tier II local telcos with very basic MSS offerings, such as managed firewall and anti-spam cloud based services.
Strategic partnerships with security vendors are key MSS go-to-market strategies deployed by telcos to succeed in the enterprise security services market. SOCs are key enablers for telcos to offer more advanced and sophisticated MSS services, such as real-time security monitoring and incident response.
"Managed Security Service (MSS) in Asia Pacific: Telcos' MSS Portfolio and Market Approach", a new Telecom Insider Report, provides an executive-level overview of the MSS in Asia Pacific. It delivers qualitative insights into the MSS market, analyzing key trends and case studies of telco's MSS portfolios.
Companies Mentioned: AhnLab, Akamai, ArcSight, Carbon Black, Checkpoint, Cisco, Cognevo, CounterTack, Etisalat, F5 Networks, FireEye, Firstwave Cloud Technology, Fortinet, HKT/PCCW, IBM, Integralis, Juniper, NTT Security, Palo Alto Networks, Protectwise, Qualys, Quann, Secode, Singtel, Softbank, Solutionary, Symantec, Tata Communications, Telefonica, Telstra, ThreatQuotient, Trustwave, vArmour, Vectra Networks, Zscaler