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TelstraClear signs on as Arbor Networks reseller

TelstraClear signs on as Arbor Networks reseller

Internet service provider TelstraClear has partnered with US security solutions provider Arbor Networks, to protect local customers from managed distributed denial of service (DDoS). This is an attempt by hackers to render a computer resource unavailable to its intended users.

In a statement Arbor Australia and New Zealand country manager Nick Race says the size and scope of the DDoS problem is overwhelming to businesses, with large service providers like TelstraClear claiming they are best positioned to deal with the issue.

“Arbor has years of experience helping providers deliver managed DDoS protection and we have incorporated many features, such as one-click mitigation, to make the system easy to operate and deploy.”

TelstraClear will receive benefits that include access to data from Atlas, a global threat analysis network. Arbor has embedded technology in the world’s largest ISP networks to sense and report on threats.

TelstraClear is Arbor’s fourth local reseller alongside Datacraft, Gen-i and Earthwave.


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