Anritsu is working with SecuPi to deliver data protection and GDPR compliance to customers worldwide. A leading Tier-1 telecommunications provider, with some of the most stringent data protection requirements of any operator globally, is the first to benefit from this new partnership.
Anritsu has partnered with SecuPi for its market-leading efficiency and flexibility in addressing security and compliance requirements. The partnership will also offer cost efficiency and ease of implementation to operators, as well as integration with Anritsu’s Service Assurance systems.
SecuPi brings an innovative approach through configurable Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC). This approach combined with Format Preserving Encryption (FPE), enables Anritsu to comply with strict and complex GDPR requirements while securing sensitive customer data on its Service Assurance offerings.
“Data protection is one of the most important issues for users of our Automated Assurance solutions,” says Ralf Iding, CEO of Anritsu Service Assurance. “Putting access and encryption controls in place to comply with stringent legal and compliance requirements from the EU and other bodies worldwide, without impeding the usage and utility of the assurance systems, is key. SecuPi came to us with an innovative and cost-effective solution that meets the needs and budget of our most compliance-conscious customers.”
“We are pleased to meet Anritsu’s expectation, which enables them to take a major step forward in meeting privacy regulations and protecting customer data,” says Alon Rosenthal, CEO of SecuPi. “It is an honor to have SecuPi’s unique technology recognized by the market and our clients. With this joint customer, the SecuPi solution is being used by 6 out of 10 leading European telecommunications operators to protect customer data.
With SecuPi, Anritsu can quickly and effectively secure its analytics platform and meet its privacy requirements for current and future regulations, all in a matter of weeks. We look forward to further leveraging this unique joint offering to the market.”