As a result of the partnership Telindus will offer Bee Ware’s appliance-based web application security products as part of its managed security services and system integration projects.
Bart Geeraerts, cluster manager business innovation security at Telindus, said “We have recognised a growth in the problem of application level security over the past 12 months and have responded accordingly to best serve our clients’ demands. After a thorough evaluation of the competitive landscape we chose Bee Ware, which scored highest on the criteria of attack detection, ease of use and management capabilities.
“We believe that with their advanced technology Bee Ware provide the best fit to complement our integration and managed service skills.”
Stephan Mesguich, vice president international sales and marketing at Bee Ware said: “As threats such as viruses, spam, phishing, and spyware come under control, attention is increasingly being paid to the new threatscape – that of lower profile but more dangerous, application level attacks.
"We are happy to be chosen by Telindus as their preferred partner for web application security. Telindus clients will now not only benefit from the integration and service skills already available from Telindus but will also benefit from Bee Ware’s ICX technology-based appliance, which forms the foundation of all of our products to provide proactive web application delivery protection.”
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