Cloud Distribution signs web security white knight

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Trusted Knight wants ten specialist security partners to sell its website protection

Cloud Distribution has announced an agreement with web security vendor Trusted Knight. The rise in the number of cyber threats and the increasing size and changing nature of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks is a major concern for all companies with an online presence.

Effectively managing traffic surges and maintaining a fast and accessible website are also critical issues in the web economy. Trusted Knight’s Cloud-DMZ technology tackles these challenges by replicating web application components to the cloud.

Website security httpsBy removing up to 99 percent of the attack surface and making it invisible to attackers, enterprise web applications are protected against vulnerability exploits and DDoS while optimising web performance.

Trusted Knight is an excellent opportunity for partners as it offers advanced website protection that can be deployed in a matter of hours and kept up-to-date automatically with minimal maintenance,” said Adam Davison, sales and marketing director, Cloud Distribution.

By offering highly differentiated technologies and significant protected margins through deal registration on a subscription model, Trusted Knight is an attractive proposition for the select partners we’ll be recruiting.”

Cloud Distribution is tasked with recruiting a limited number of ten specialist cloud security focused partners to drive revenue growth.

As well as the Cloud-DMZ solution, Cloud Distribution will also have access to Trusted Knight Protector end point protection solutions. Protector disables the key-logging and data-stealing capabilities of crimeware making it impossible to steal critical corporate or user credentials.

Organisations are starting to realise that conventional web application firewalls are an out-of-date tactic in a new world of cybercrime. Cloud-DMZ provides an advanced alternative which addresses critical deficiencies,” said Joseph Patanella, CEO, Trusted Knight.

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