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Done and dusted: DNA Connect stamps deal with Radware

28 Feb 17

Radware, provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, today announced an agreement with Australian distributor DNA Connect, one of Australia's most experienced distributors.

Under this deal, DNA will provide Radware with a dedicated technical and sales support team to help drive channel development and maintain high client satisfaction to support business growth in Australia and New Zealand.

The companies affirm this partnership will open the door for enterprise and public sectors to consume Radware’s integrated application and network security services more readily.

Director of DNA Connect, Munsoor Khan says the recent Mirai botnet is a perfect example of how the cyber security threat landscape moving to a different and more sophisticated level.

“We were impressed with Radware’s positive security model that can detect and protect against multi-vector attacks,” Khan says.

“We expect this market leading 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.”

The two organisations assert Radware’s solutions provide the highest protection accuracy with patent-protected behavioral-based detection to protect legitimate traffic and real-time signature creation for zero-day attack protection.

This is in addition to a future-proof, application-aware approach to deploying and managing applications that provides advanced and comprehensive application delivery capabilities to help ensure optimal service levels for applications in virtual, cloud and software-defined data centres.

Radware Australia and New Zealand country manager, Santo Hartono says they are excited to work with DNA Connect, not least of which because of their deep experience as a security distributor and in-depth knowledge of the A/NZ security market.

“This partnership combines Radware’s award winning solutions and DNA Connect’s leading expertise in security implementation. We look forward to further empowering our customers in Australia and New Zealand,” Hartono concludes.

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