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Ben Chant

Market Insights Manager at NTT Security

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Ben Chant is Market Insights Manager at NTT Security, responsible for understanding, articulating and identifying market opportunity for products and services. With proven experience in the information security industry, Ben has worked for industry-leading organisations such as SAP, BAE Systems and Good Technology (acquired by BlackBerry). 

Ben is an up and coming thought leader in the industry with a focus on identifying new and emerging security challenges for global organisations. Since being appointed Market Insights Manager, Ben worked in Global Product Marketing for NTT Security, delivering compelling product and business-focused messaging across the entire product portfolio and driving new propositions. Before joining NTT Security, Ben has held multiple marketing roles in areas such as mobile security, financial fraud, security infrastructure and enterprise software.

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Are you spinning your web of multiple IT providers without managing the security risks?

Have a think about where your IT services are coming from. Are they all provided by in-house staff? If you are a large organisation,...

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Should managed security and managed IT be mutually exclusive?

Outsourcing the management of the ever-changing IT estate to a managed services provider (MSP) brings clear advantages to organisations....

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How ‘Privacy by Design’ will play an important role in enabling ‘Security by Design’

It is clear that the pace of digital disruption has no intention of slowing down and organisations will not allow security functions to...

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Increased awareness and good hygiene is key to cybersecurity in the workplace

October is Cyber Security Month and, over the next few weeks, a number of NTT Security bloggers will be exploring some of the key themes...

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