Spectrami to distribute security solutions from Microdasys in region
There is an amazing buzz going around with the new unknown threats that are getting in organizations with encrypted and xml traffic and the adoption of Web 2.0 makes it even more complicated to manage security posture with the traditional security tool sets. With new threats new technologies are needed to manage attacks from unknown and Microdasys completes the picture in terms of protection from the new trend of attacks.
“We are extremely delighted to bring Microdasys’ portfolio to Middle East and are very confident that the pioneers in SSL and XML protection worldwide would be able to protect the local infrastructure here.” said, Anand Choudha, Managing Director, Spectrami.
The ongoing adoption of cloud computing and Web 2.0 technologies in enterprises and government agencies is adding to the security challenges that security administrators are facing today. SSL encryption, XML/SOAP, RSS feeds and Web Services will continue to grow exponentially while traditional content scanners and firewalls are incapable of inspecting these protocols and applications. Microdasys products enable the adoption and safe use of SSL encryption and XML/SOAP applications in the enterprise network.
"We are very excited to add Spectrami to our family of partners," said Oliver Ott, General Manager of Microdasys EMEA. "As the pioneers of SSL content scanning we enjoy continued high demand for our SCIP SSL Content Proxy and with the recent release of our XSG XML Security Gateway we needed a highly qualified distribution partner to assist and support our channel partners and end users in the Middle East. Spectrami has a proven track record of successfully bringing new technologies to these regions, and we're looking forward to a very successful partnership for the benefit of our customers."
Spectrami is authorised to distribute secure content inspection solutions from Microdays across the Middle East region including Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Oman among others.
Spectrami is a Dubai based vibrant, value added distribution house in the Middle East region which is armed with the innovative approach to channel empowerment through knowledge sharing and skill building. Spectrami brings niche technologies and solutions in the realm of Information Security, Data Centre Infrastructure, and Data Communication Networks. Based out of Dubai, we serve the channel in Middle East and Africa. For details please visit us http://www.spectrami.com
Founded in 2002, Microdasys is the pioneer of SSL content inspection and the developer of the patent pending XSG XML Security Gateway. Based in Las Vegas, USA, Microdasys sells and supports its products through a worldwide network of security focused resellers and distributors. www.microdasys.com
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