Specialist distributor, DNA Connect, has signed security vendor, Radware, to offer connectivity, security and analytics solutions to partners.
According to DNA, Radware’s suite of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection and web application security offerings provide integrated application and network security solutions that are designed to secure data centres and applications.
The distributor said the partnership will "open the door" for enterprise and public sectors to consume Radware’s services more readily.
“The recent Mirai botnet shows that the cybersecurity threat landscape has moved to a different level and sophisticated protection is needed more than ever,” DNA Connect Director, Munsoor Khan said.
“We were impressed with Radware’s positive security model that can detect and protect against multi-vector attacks.
"We expect this technology to generate new channel opportunities and we’re in the process of integrating Radware into our key programs to provide engineering support, enablement and lead generation for our partners.”
As part of the agreement, DNA will offer Radware a dedicated technical sales and support team to help drive new channel development and maintain "high client satisfaction" to spearhead growth in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
Radware Country Manager A/NZ, Santo Hartono, said the vendor was excited to work with DNA Connect as the niche distie has strong experience as a specialist security distributor, with in-depth knowledge of the security market.
“This partnership combines Radware’s award winning solutions and DNA Connect’s leading expertise in security implementation," Hartono added.
"We look forward to further empowering our customers in Australia."
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