NEC has incorporated into its libraries of information real-time intelligence on cyberattacks by the San Mateo, California-based Norse Corporation.
A press statement by the Tokyo-based IT products and services provider said its subsidiary, Infosec Corporation had also started mid-March sales in Japan and the ASEAN of cyberattack information services in real time provided by Norse.
Infosec is also based in Tokyo and is a provider of information security solutions.
The press statements said these are the results of the two having recently entered into partnership agreements with Norse.
Under the agreement, Infosec is now a primary distributor worldwide of Norse cyberattack information services.
The press statement said Norse collects and analyses daily roughly 200 terabytes of information gathered from around 160 data centers in 40 countries and collectively are equipped with millions of sensors.
It added that with this agreement, NEC can now analyse the behavioral patterns of a wide range of attackers worldwide and provide information to rapidly detect attackers' methods and other actions.
Norse Corporation is a provider of cyberattack information services.
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