Has partnered its own specialized hardware with two Kaspersky Lab products to deliver comprehensive protection
Allied Telesis has selected Kaspersky Lab to provide anti-malware and anti-virus engines for its new series of Next-Generation Firewalls.
Using the latest high-performance platforms, and featuring Kaspersky Anti-Virus and Kaspersky SafeStream II to provide comprehensive protection from a wide range of malware, the Allied Telesis Next-Generation Firewalls deliver a powerful, flexible, and highly-configurable security solution announced the press release.
As cyber threats continue to evolve and become more sophisticated, targeted and tailored attacks increasingly overpower traditional defenses. The problem now requires a solution with greater intelligence, control, and insight.
Allied Telesis has partnered its own specialized hardware with two Kaspersky Lab products to deliver comprehensive protection against a wide range of cyber threats. Kaspersky Lab’s Anti-Virus engine provides protection from viruses, Trojans, worms, rootkits, spyware, and adware. Kaspersky SafeStream II provides wire-speed protection from zero-day malware, server-side malware, web-borne malware, drive-by downloads and more.
“We take pride in this opportunity to initiate business relations with Allied Telesis,” said Andrew Dai, Director for Business Development in APAC countries, Kaspersky Lab. “We believe the mutually beneficial cooperation will enable the two companies to address specific market needs.”
“We’re very pleased to partner with Kaspersky Lab because their anti-malware products offer excellent threat protection with high throughput,” said Graham Walker, Senior Product Manager at Allied Telesis. “Our customers expect the best security – without bottlenecks, so we selected the Anti-Virus and SafeStream II products for their performance and pedigree. Kaspersky Lab has a long history of being the first to discover and rapidly mitigate new threats,” he commented.