CSA Recognised by Palo Alto Networks as a NextWave Platinum Partner

September 2017: We are proud to announced that we have become a Palo Alto Networks® NextWave Platinum Channel Partner.

CSA joins a select group of channel partners who have met the Platinum Partner performance, capabilities and business requirements of the Palo Alto Networks NextWave Channel Partner Program.

“We are both excited and proud to become a NextWave Platinum Partner. This achievement has been built on a successful relationship with Palo Alto Networks and the delivery of great customer outcomes,” said Brett Woods, Chief Technology Officer, CSA. “It confirms our commitment to provide our customers with next-generation security technology and services and it also shows that we are a trusted partner that has deep capability from sales through to delivery.”

“We continue to build on our already strong credentials to meet the evolving threat that is the cybersecurity landscape. Palo Alto Networks plays a vital role in helping us deliver the most advanced and effective security offerings in the market. Over the last twelve months we have seen exceptionally strong growth across our cybersecurity portfolio, and we expect this to continue given the ever increasing number and technically sophisticated attacks,” said Mr Woods.

“At Palo Alto Networks, we are building a partner ecosystem of next-generation security innovators,” said Stephen Milthorpe, A/NZ director of channels. “As a NextWave Platinum Partner, CSA has the proven expertise to deliver and optimise for customer organisations the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform, which protects our way of life in the digital age by preventing successful cyberattacks.”

 

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