Fujitsu buys Wellington security firm InPhySec

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Fujitsu buys Wellington security firm InPhySec
Graeme Beardsell, Fujitsu ANZ.

Japanese IT giant Fujitsu has acquired New Zealand information security firm InPhySec, for an undisclosed sum, the company said.

The move expands Fujitsu's managed security footprint in New Zealand and across the region, the company said.

Wellington-based InPhySec was founded by Ian Fletcher, Jonathon Berry and Marc Barlow in 2015, and has 56 staff, some with secret and top secret clearance.

Among the services it provides are security information and event management (SIEM), endpoint detection and response, as well as consulting and secret grade server rooms with data localisation.

InPhySec customer base align with Fujitsu ANZ's core industries of defence, public sector, healthcare, retail, financial services and transport.

Marc Barlow will remain InPhySec's chief executive.

He will report to Fujitsu Asia Pacific chief executive Graeme Beardsell in Sydney.

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