Cloud Security Provider FortyCloud Joins CenturyLink Cloud Marketplace Provider Program
January 14, 2016
Cloud security provider FortyCloud has joined the CenturyLink Cloud Marketplace Provider Program. FortyCloud, which bills itself as a “pioneer in cloud security”, has its United States headquarters in Mansfield, Massachusetts, United States, and its EMEA base is in Hod HaSharon, Israel. The company offers a range of network and access security services for public and hybrid clouds. Its primary solution brings together Software Defined Security (SDS) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) and allows companies to establish a secure Virtual Private Network “over any number of cloud data-centers and platforms”. The CenturyLink Cloud platform will now be able to benefit from FortyCloud’s network security offering.
CenturyLink has headquarters in Monroe, Louisiana, United States. Its Cloud Marketplace Provider Program enables its partners to integrate their solutions with the CenturyLink Cloud platform and make them available to CenturyLink’s customers. Its cooperation with FortyCloud will enable the company to benefit from a “comprehensive, end-to-end solution” which “bundles all core network security components into a single, integrated product” provided on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) basis.
“Joining the CenturyLink Cloud Marketplace was a priority for us,” explained FortyCloud’s CEO, Amit Cohen. “As a Cloud Infrastructure Security Broker, FortyCloud’s primary goal is to enable enterprises with the choice of using multiple cloud platforms while remaining in compliance with their IT security requirements. With the recent addition of CenturyLink Cloud, FortyCloud can offer its services over multiple leading cloud platforms.”
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