Batelco achieves Silver partnership

Palo Alto Networks has upgraded Batelco
Batelco, Palo Alto Networks, Silver partnership

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Batelco has announced that the company is now a Silver Level partner with next generation firewall specialist Palo Alto Networks.

Palo Alto Networks technologies protect enterprises from targeted attacks, safely enable business applications and provide breakthrough visibility of unknown malware and zero-day exploits. Batelco provides Palo Alto solutions as part of its enterprise security services.

Adel Daylami, Batelco general manager Enterprise Division, said: “The enterprise network IT Security market is undergoing dynamic evolution as effective firewalls are becoming increasingly necessary. Palo Alto Networks has the expertise to address advanced targeted threats which make them an ideal fit for Bateco’s needs.”

“Thanks to the partnership with Palo Alto Networks, Batelco can deliver an enterprise security management solution that offers enterprises greater visibility and control of their IT security infrastructure,” he added. 

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