15 Jan 2018
Clavister strengthens cyberdefense of Italian metals consulting firm
Clavister has concluded a SEK 1.7M deal with Italian metals industrial consultancy Danieli through Clavister partner Eyelink. The upgrade of their security infrastructure to the latest models from Clavister makes it more modern and resilient as well as higher performing, helping them combat modern cyber threats that ensure business continuity.
The new solution based on Clavister’s latest next generation firewall appliances offers excellent performance combined with a wide range of security and connectivity features, allowing Danieli to consolidate their infrastructure on fewer hardware models.
“Danieli continues to be one of our valued customers after more than 10 years of cooperation, especially in terms of accessing and purchasing professional services which gives them the full value of Clavister’s solutions,” explains Nicola Fort, CEO of Eyelink. “They appreciate the rock solid platform that Clavister offers, managing not only the security aspects, but also ensuring excellent connectivity and traffic control with highest possible performance,” Fort explains why Danieli chose Clavister products. Additionally, the flexible integration with other network equipment and open standards are other factors that Danieli find attractive.
“This renewed trust and confidence in Clavister is a good example of how great partners are helping world class companies to protect themselves against cyber threats with our highly innovative solutions. That Eyelink retains the customer satisfaction by utilizing Clavister year after year is exactly the kind of feedback we love to see,” says Andreas Åsander, Vice President of Global Enterprise Sales.
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