Thursday, November 10, 2016
Indusface has expanded its reach to the international market with a recent strategic partnership deal with the Sri Lankan cloud infrastructure management company Saberion. Ashish was in Sri Lanka at an event jointly hosted by Saberion and AWS, where he spoke at length on the importance of this partnership and how it will help us provide local support along with our TAS offering.
“We are pleased to announce our strategic technology partnership with Saberion (Pvt) Limited, the local leader in cloud infrastructure management services that will provide a state-of-the-art cloud security offering tailored to the Sri Lankan market. The partnership provides Sri Lankan customers with a comprehensive application vulnerability and DDOS management capabilities for their web and mobile applications together with round the clock local support and onsite maintenance.”
– Ashish Tandon, CEO, Indusface
"Indusface has proved to be a valuable security partner with its Total Application Security solution. Their 'detect-protect-monitor' package handles security worries so we can focus on improving services for our customers. Vulnerability detection, attack blocking and near real-time reports are some of the key differentiators that we enjoy with them. The web application scanning and web protection combination ..."
"As one of the leading banks in India, securing application infrastructure is critical for us. Indusface’s Total Application Security package allows us to scan vulnerabilities continuously and prevent attacks. Indusface also provides the unique benefits of expert handling and tuning on custom rules with round-the-clock traffic monitoring and protection through on-premise appliances ..."
"Our complete ecommerce infrastructure is hosted on the cloud and we are glad to have Indusface as partner for web security. Due to their association with cloud service providers and prompt deployment options, Indusface was the preferred security choice. The on-demand and scheduled scanning helps us keep track of vulnerabilities that may otherwise damage our website or put customers at risk ..."