The team at network security venture Cybera has just tripled the size of its indirect sales force by being named a vertical solution provider for Verizon. Salespeople for the telecom giant will help market Cybera's products, along with the company's wireless services. That should open the door to more big-name customers that have locations all over the country.
“Many enterprises seek to minimize offline conditions by replacing or supplementing traditional broadband connectivity with reliable high-speed wireless connections,” said Verizon Wireless Regional President Jerry Fountain. “With a high demand for solutions that provide wireless connectivity and security, Verizon sees great value in combining Cybera’s fully managed cloud security service with our wireless network.”
Tennessee State University’s research regarding cloud computing security will be significantly bolstered by a $616,278 grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. The goal of the project is to enable development of novel security methods to ensure protection of significant amounts of information in cloud computing platforms. The research activities will include development of new approaches for intrusion detection, active response and recovery from attacks on the cloud. The project will be a joint effort between TSU and Pennsylvania State University.
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