Guy Goodman, the director of MPA Systems said Cyberoam UTM appliances identify the user, providing visibility into the enterprise network and delivering robust network security through complete control over their user activities.
The partnership with MPA Systems will enable Cyberoam to reach out to a wider section of its target audience among small, medium and large enterprises in Australia, claimed Goodman.
“Cyberoam UTM’s identity-based technology along with its performance through the use of multi-core technology will enable us to capture an important share of the market that is increasingly getting wary of the user targeted network threats,” he said.
According to Goodman Cyberoam CR appliances are available in the range of CR25i to CR1500i, providing comprehensive network security to small, medium and large enterprises, educational institutions and government organisations in around 55 countries.
MPA Systems is a privately owned IT distributor, with offices in Melbourne and Sydney. The company is a provider of large enterprise and SMB networking solutions in the, he said.
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