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Websense and F5 Networks team up

Websense and F5 Networks team up

Vendors enter strategic agreement to develop network security offering

Websense and F5 Networks have announced a strategic agreement to develop new network security offerings.

The two vendors have already announced the immediate availability of the first solution on their joint development roadmap.

“We are the first in the industry to build a consistent set of security services across application delivery controllers and unified access solutions,” says Ryan Windham, senior director of corporate development for Websense. “Our partnership with F5 allows enterprises to secure sensitive data from both inbound attacks and outbound exfiltration through a single, integrated security platform - combining security effectiveness with network scalability.”

The integrated solutions will provide high-performance security in the flow between users and applications, wherever they exist, according to Websense. The architecture provides bi-directional, context-aware security based on identity, device and location as well as application, data and destination information.

“F5 secures access to applications and data through a highly scalable, intelligent services framework deployed at strategic points in the network,” says Mark Vondemkamp, vice president of security product management and marketing at F5 Networks. “Our partnership with Websense adds inline, real-time defences to detect advanced threats and data theft, making it safer for organisations to conduct business.”

This partnership extends F5’s existing unified access solutions, which provide secure, accelerated remote access and identity federation for web, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), client-server and SaaS applications.


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