Pittsburgh, PA, June 4, 2013 Certes Networks, an innovative developer of scalable network and cloud encryption solutions, today announced the expansion of their value added reseller presence in North and Latin America. Scout Industries has agreed to resell Certes Networks’ industry leading WAN, Internet and Cloud Encryption solutions to security conscious and compliance-driven Healthcare, Financial, Government, Utility and Multi-National organizations throughout North America and Latin America.
“Certes Networks enables Scout Industries to provide its clients with a robust, full-mesh security solution that ensures compatibility with low-latency applications while offering wire-speed connectivity any where on the network. Through Scout, organizations can take advantage of Certes’ technology as part of the high value integrated solution of the security environment,” said Jorge L. Boza, Jr., President of Scout Industries.
“The demand for our data-in-motion encryption solutions is growing. Network security teams understand the importance of secure access and data protection. Partnering allows us to expand the visibility of our value proposition and extend our reach to many more customers. We believe the Certes Networks solution will complement and enhance the impressive portfolio that our new partners currently provide to their clients,” said Sam Sarnicke, Certesâ€™ VP of Business Development & Americas Sales.
The ability to offer encryption solutions without creating disruption to the customer network is why resellers around the world have chosen Certes Networks for their advanced encryption solutions. Resellers now have the ability to offer a security solution that is compatible with WAN, Internet and the Cloud.
About Scout Industries
SCOUT CYBER SECURITY (SCS) – headquartered in Knoxville, TN is an independent operating group of the Scout Industries, LLC a Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. SCS was created with sole purpose of offering high value integrated cyber security encryption solutions to the U.S. Government, quasi-governmental agencies, and the private sector business with the main objective of addressing the increasing vulnerabilities and cyber-attacks experienced today at all levels of government, military, public infrastructure and private sectors.