DNA Connect partners with Radware to protect against “multi-vector attacks”

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DNA Connect partners with Radware to protect against “multi-vector attacks”

Sydney's DNA Connect has signed a distirbution agreement with US cyber security provider Radware.

Radware’s suite of DDoS protection and web application security offerings provide integrated application and network security.

DNA Connect director Munsoor Khan said the recent Mirai botnet shows the cyber security threat landscape has moved to a different level.

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

“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.”

Radware ANZ country manager Santo Hartono said Radware was pleased to partner with a company that has in-depth knowledge of the security market.

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