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Next Telecom, SonicWall partner with Australian market offering

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Australian company Next Telecom is offering technology from global cybersecurity provider SonicWall in its Security In a Box bundle for business clients with telco-grade network security devices and a zero-touch feature.

Next Telecoms says it aims to protect Australian businesses from cyber threat with one of the most sophisticated security service bundle.

Next Telecom Executive Director, Gavin Roache says the combined efforts of the two companies will result in protecting thousands of SMBs to mid-market companies as they work to address the increasing demand for proven security solutions in Australia.

“We are not pushing the cheapest solutions for businesses as one should not be attaching a price ceiling to security. We are here to provide the right solution with safety, security and service and move forward with your business into the future.”

“Security is a necessity that business owners must have in place, especially for SMBs that are a prime target of sophisticated attacks in Australia for quite a while.” said SonicWall Regional Director & Country Manager ANZ, Jeff Marshall.

“At the foundation of SonicWall and Next Telecom partnership are two companies that are equally dedicated to providing growing businesses with the capability to protect themselves against even the most elusive of threats. Working together, we will change the way business owners in Australia meet their security needs by offering them cost-effective bundle.”

The “Security In a Box” bundle binds Next Telecom network connectivity to SonicWall next-generation firewalls with Comprehensive Gateway Security Suite, including advanced protection and access to the SonicWall Capture Security Center - a scalable cloud security management system that provides visibility and control access platforms through a single-pane-of-glass while simultaneously delivering threat intelligence and analytics.

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