LONDON – 5th March 2015 – ITC Secure Networking today announced the launch of NetSure360° Orama, a new mobile app providing CIOs and CISOs with a precious window of time in which to prioritise, communicate and manage potentially serious incidents.
Built on the successful ITC NetSure360° IT infrastructure and security management as-as-service platform used by FTSE top 10 clients, banks, retailers and other ITC customers since 2012, Orama is a breakthrough innovation delivering real-time visibility of critical network incidents and security incidents from across the network and security infrastructure – complete with live updates from the ITC Secure Operations Centre – direct to mobile devices.
“The criticality of IT infrastructure and the unprecedented level of cyber threats is placing enormous pressure on senior IT executives to know what’s happening on their infrastructure 24 hours a day, and be in a position to respond appropriately to the most critical priorities” said Kevin Whelan, Chief Technology Officer at ITC. “Orama harnesses our simultaneous monitoring of millions of events on thousands of devices from dozens of vendors and multiple network and security systems, and converts it into a clear management view of the network and the threats facing it so that administrators and business leaders can prioritise actions. It tells you just what you want to know!”
Orama is a simple to install and easy to configure mobile app available immediately for NetSure360° service subscribers on iOS and Android devices. Orama ensures that only incidents and alerts that are of importance to your business are received and updated until they are resolved.
About ITC Secure Networking
Established in Canary Wharf London in 1995, ITC Secure Networking is one of the UK’s leading Network & Security Integrators, providing organisations with assured IT. Over the last two decades we have built and secured Domestic, European and Global IT Networks for some of the UK’s best known organisations, all managed from our state of the art Secure Operations Centre in London.