Lance Williams, Distology.

Distology bolsters growing vendor portfolio with Vercara partnership

Distology, the specialist IT cybersecurity distributor, has announced a new strategic partnership with Vercara, a leading provider of cloud-based services that secure the online experience. Distology will become a distributor of Vercara’s UltraDNS, UltraDDoS Protect, and UltraWAF services to partners across the UK&I and Benelux regions.

From protection at the DNS level, where DDoS attacks and malware infiltration often occur, to the IP level where identity and reputation are established, Vercara is trusted by the world’s top brands to safeguard their online presence. Its massively scaled global cloud platform provides layers of protection to help defend websites, apps, and networks against today’s most advanced threats no matter where attacks originate or where they are aimed.

Research from Distology reveals almost half (46%) of IT leaders think their organisations will be attacked by cyber criminals in the future. With this in mind, and the fact the way we work, shop and socialise is increasingly enabled by the open internet, organisations must ensure uptime of their web presence to protect their bottom line.

“Vercara boasts expansive worldwide coverage, with visibility into more than a quarter of the world’s authoritative DNS traffic, and the ability to scale to meet the needs of its global enterprise customers. This partnership will help to ensure that more organisations across Europe have access to the unparalleled platform and service levels offered by Vercara, particularly its new DNS detection and response managed service, UltraDDR, which is designed for organisations of all sizes to receive proactive, expert intervention on their DNS,” said Lance Williams, chief product officer at Distology. “We’re proud to support Vercara in the next chapter of its development, and this partnership will play an integral part in Distology’s continued growth plans.”

“A single attack can have a crushing effect on both revenue and reputation, which means organisations must employ security solutions that are flexible enough to adapt to their unique needs, easily scalable, and can evolve with their business,” said Nikhil Rajan, head of global strategic channels for Vercara. “Partnering with Distology will allow us to help organisations maintain their online presence, reduce the threat of theft, protect their infrastructure, and keep mission-critical services accessible to the public. This new partnership supports our growth strategy, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

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