Bradford Networks finds seat on Zycko bench

Network security and compliance specialist Bradford Networks has been signed up by Gloucestershire-based VAD Zycko to beef up its network management and BYOD offering. The vendor's flagship Network Sentry product creates can be delivered through a hardware appliance, virtualised server or Bradford's

Network security and compliance specialist Bradford Networks has been signed up by Gloucestershire-based VAD Zycko to beef up its network management and BYOD offering.

The vendor's flagship Network Sentry product creates can be delivered through a hardware appliance, virtualised server or Bradford's cloud environment, BRADFORD.cloud, which Zycko's group sales director David Galton-Fenzi said fit nicely into the distie's model.

"BRADFORD.cloud continues to receive attention as it offers the benefits of secure network access in a Security-as-a-Service model," said Galton-Fenzi. "It is ideal for MSPs looking to help their customers realise PCI DSS and HIPAA compliance.

"[The] products are unique in Europe as they offer a full spectrum of visibility and control across networks. They reduce the IT workload and increase compliance and security across the board," he added.

The distie said it saw a particularly good fit with its existing portfolio of wireless vendors, and it intends to actively position Bradford in WLAN environments.

Bradford CEO Dan Haley added: "Zycko's solution-based channel approach combined with its emphasis one ducation and true value-add were important factors in our decision to form this partnership."


 

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