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Cyberoam Ties up with J’s Communications as Its First Distribution Partner in Japan

Cyberoam, a leading global provider of network security appliances, today announced the appointment of J’s Communication, as their first Distribution Partner in Japan.

As per the Japan Market Size and Forecast 2013-2023 by Reportlinker.com, Network Security is expected to account for the largest share of the Japanese cyber security market. The market for data security in Japan is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.30%. These figures clearly indicate the huge potential network security holds in Japan. The appointment of J’s Communication is the first step Cyberoam has made to enhance its presence in the region.

Commenting on Cyberoam's tie-up with J’s Communication, Amar Mehta, Head-Business Development – APAC & Japan , Cyberoam said, “J’s Communication will be our first Distributor for the market in Japan - a market that holds huge demand for security solutions. Cyberoam’s experience in the Next Generation Security solutions arena will enable J’s Communication to grow their reach into newer markets, so I see it as a perfect match for both companies.”

"We see this collaboration as highly beneficial,” commented Tokihiko Nakamura, CTO at J’s Communication, “as Cyberoam is one of the leading names in network security and uniting with them will help us offer impressive network security to our customers.” He added, “The Cyberoam’s on-Cloud Management Service will enable us to effectively reach and manage our customers.”

With presence in more than 125+ countries worldwide, Cyberoam is a network security vendor that specifically caters to a critical need of organizations – identifying users in the network – which gives it an edge in the network security market across the globe. The unique capabilities and comprehensive security of Cyberoam has already seen it successfully ensconced in the region and now it is all set to strengthen this trust with the new tie-up.

About Cyberoam Technologies Private Limited

Cyberoam Technologies Private Limited is a global Network Security appliances company, offering future-ready security solutions to physical and virtual networks in organizations with its Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) and Unified Threat Management (UTM) appliances. Cyberoam network security appliances offer multiple security features like stateful inspection firewall, Application Visibility & Control, Web Filtering, VPN, Intrusion Prevention System, Gateway Anti-Virus, Gateway Anti-Spam, Web Application Firewall, Bandwidth Management and Multiple Link Management over these appliances, depending on the need of organizations. The virtual and hardware Cyberoam Central Console appliances offer Centralized Security Management options to organizations, while Cyberoam iView allows intelligent logging and reporting with one-of-their-kind, in-depth reports. Cyberoam is accredited with prestigious global standards and certifications like EAL4+, CheckMark UTM Level 5 Certification, ICSA Labs, IPv6 Gold logo, and is a member of the Virtual Private Network Consortium. For more information, please visit www.cyberoam.com

About J’s Communication

J’s Communication is a leading distributor in Japan, offering network integration and technical services, since 1995. Its comprehensive product portfolio and solutions include wide range of security appliances, engineers resource services and also security management consulting. For more information, please visit http://jscom.jp/

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