Virtual Network Operator (VNO) Matrix Communications has inked a partnership agreement with network behaviour analysis (NBA) provider Lancope.
Matrix, a wholly owned subsidiary of VAR Calyx Group, will use Lancope's StealthWatch product to gives IT managers full visibility of network activity as StealthWatch detects, contains and prevents any abnormal activity in the LAN, securing the corporate network against Trojans, worms, viruses and any unknown threats, according to Lancope.
Andy Mills, sales director of Matrix, said: "We are the first to introduce the StealthWatch System to the UK, having following and closely scrutinised the technology’s development for some time. Securing the LAN has become a crucial part of the agenda to an increasing number of organisations and we found Lancope right at the forefront of this technology.
"There has already been a great amount of interest from both our existing and
prospective clients surrounding the Lancope products and we believe this unique
technology approach is set to make a huge impact on the marketplace," added
David Schwickerath, vice-president of international sales at Lancope, said: " Companies want to be able to monitor network intelligence thoroughly and in real-time in order to pro-actively secure their network. Lancope’s solution offers this accurate visibility into the behaviour of users on the network, allowing IT teams to monitor and manage security easily and saving them time in identifying any problems.
"We all appreciate that LANs now need new capabilities to safeguard against internal attacks, and a huge weight of independent industry accolades demonstrate that Lancope is unparalleled in accomplishing this," added Schwickerath.
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