Berlin, Germany, February 26, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Coronet, an award-winning security company, announced it signed a worldwide distribution agreement with T-Systems, the corporate customers unit of Deutsche Telekom. The partnership agreement enables T‑Systems to resell and integrate Coronet’s technology for their customers, who are based throughout Germany and the world.
Coronet is the first company that offers an autonomous, all-in-one platform that protects corporate cloud applications from unauthorized access, prevents data leakage, and mitigates cloud threats.
“Teaming up with Coronet, we can offer our customers, who are moving to the cloud and are concerned about the security implications, the capability to secure their cloud and SaaS infrastructure in minutes, at a fraction of the cost and complexity of other platforms,” stated Frank Strecker, SVP Cloud Partner Products & Ecosystems at T‑Systems.
“We’re thrilled to be working with a world-class organization like T-Systems, which is highly regarded for its expertise and track record in providing the highest caliber of cloud and mobile security to its global customer base. Coronet’s network and cloud service offering squarely addresses employees’ need for efficiency, and our solution does that at a fraction of the time, complexity, and price than existing options. We’re pleased to know that T-Systems will introduce our innovative security solution to its customers, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership,” stated Guy Moskowitz, CEO of Coronet.
About T-Systems: T-Systems company profilehttps://www.t-systems.com/de/en/about-t-systems/company/company-profile-198840
Coronet is the first to enable any sized organization to fully secure all SaaS and cloud services without any integration or customization, containers or proxies, or other tools that limit users, impact their experience, or inhibit productivity. Requiring zero operator involvement, Coronet enables SMB, SME and enterprises to have same level of security as major enterprises, but at a fraction of the cost. The platform continuously identifies risks and threats to ensure that only trusted users, using trusted devices, connecting through trusted networks to trusted cloud services can access corporate data. Based on those risks, it automatically controls applications users can use, activities users can perform, and data they can access. Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, Coronet is an award-winning, privately-held company with offices in New York, Boston, North Carolina and Frankfurt, Germany. Interested parties can visit www.coro.net
to obtain more information.