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Deutsche Telekom To Offer Secure Internet To Companies
Deutsche Telekom and RSA, the security division of EMC, will launch a secure internet service next year for smaller companies that would help them defend against cyber attacks.
For a fixed monthly fee, small and medium-sized firms would be able to access the internet via Deutsche Telekom data centers (Security Operation Centers), where content would transported via a secure data line.
The project is in a test phase and scheduled to hit the market early next year.
The two companies will also offer their corporate customers consulting and analysisservices related to cyber attacks. The service portfolio ranges from offering an analysis of individual cyber risks for companies, advising companies on cyber security strategies and architectures and all the way to delivering advanced cyber security services.
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