Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Verizon as Leader in Australian Managed Security Services
Dec 03, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
For the fifth consecutive year, Frost & Sullivan Australia has recognized Verizon for its leadership in the Australian managed security services market, it was announced.
According to a release, the company has received the 2012 Frost & Sullivan Australia Excellence Award for Managed Security Service Provider of the Year, one of the analyst firm's annual Best Practice Awards.
The Frost & Sullivan Australia Excellence Awards are presented annually to recognize outstanding performance by companies in the Australian information and communications technology industry. Award participants are judged according to their market performance in the preceding year, based on criteria that include market leadership, year-on-year growth rate, market performance, solutions capability and market penetration across various technologies.
John Karabin, area vice president for Verizon Australia and New Zealand, said, "Government and enterprises increasingly have greater expectations for their business security solutions. For Verizon to receive this award for the fifth year in a row is a recognition of the breadth and depth of Verizon's security practice."
Verizon also recently announced that it has been awarded a Gatekeeper accreditation and a Common Criteria product certification by the Australian government, recognizing Verizon's proficiency in delivering specific Identity Access Management solutions that enable the secure delivery of key online government services.
Verizon Communications delivers broadband and other wireless and wireline communications services to consumer, business, government and wholesale customers.
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