February 17, 2016

telecompaper

Japan operator taps Nominum for cybersecurity platform

DNS software services provider Nominum has announced that a Japanese operator is providing consumer protection against online cyberthreats using the Nominum N2 ThreatAvert platform. The operator plans to reduce the risk of cybercriminals exploiting the personal and financial information of its subscribers.

Nominum data scientists process 100 billion DNS transactions per day to discover and validate emerging cyberthreats. The N2 ThreatAvert platform is designed to preemptively help stop cybercriminals in their tracks so that provider networks and the homes they serve are protected.

On September 4, 2015, the National Center of Incident Readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity (NISC) in Japan released a cabinet decision on cybersecurity strategy. This strategy is designed to “ensure a free, fair, and secure cyberspace; and subsequently contribute to improving socio-economic vitality and sustainable development, building a society where the people can live safe and secure lives, and ensuring peace and stability of the international community and national security".

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