Telecom Lead Team: Cybera, a provider of cloud-based security
and application services announced that Verizon has certified its Cybera ONE
Platform for delivery of high-speed 3G and 4G LTE wireless access.
The company also showcased it Cybera ONE security
services platform at the RSA Conference 2012.
Cybera ONE’s security services platform can now integrate
Verizon 3G and 4G LTE access with managed Firewall, UTM, Wireless IDS, Virtual
Private Network, security information and event management, and custom
application gateways into a single solution.
By adding Verizon 3G and 4G LTE wireless access as
an embedded feature in the SCA-315 security appliance, Cybera ONE can now offer its customers a powerful combination of full-featured
In addition, the company also announced the Cybera ONE
Platform now delivers its full suite of cloud-based security services, as well
as remote backup and recovery, over high-speed wireless 3G and 4G connections.
With Cybera ONE, we are uniquely positioned to meet the
growing need for secure, reliable connections to business-critical cloud
applications. This type of innovation will fuel us to record growth in 2012,
and is why major brands such as ExxonMobil and others are teaming with Cybera,”
said Cliff Duffey, CEO of Cybera.
The company claimed that Cybera ONE is now the first
solution to combine perimeter defense and cloud-based security services with
embedded 3G and 4G for either primary or secondary access.
Cybera ONE Security Services Platform will eliminate the
need to deploy multiple devices at each business location to deliver all of
their networking, security and 3G or 4G LTE wireless access services.
Cybera ONE’s embedded 3G and 4G LTE wireless capability
provides greater protection against theft of network access devices. Its new
embedded M2M wireless capabilities simplify the implementation of security for
remote sites and distributed businesses.
Furthermore, Cybera ONE’s embedded M2M wireless services
help customers deliver greater uptime by adding failover services at little
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