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Cyberoam Adds UTM for SOHO Users

NEWBURYPORT, Ma. -- Cyberoam, a division of Elitecore Technologies and a leading provider of identity-based Unified Threat Management (UTM) solutions, today announced the availability of its CR25i appliance. CR25i is an extension of Cyberoam’s powerful CR product line and meets the comprehensive security demands of the Small Office – Home Office (SOHO) and Remote Office – Branch Office (ROBO) market.

CR25i provides customers with a robust set of security features including firewall, VPN, gateway antivirus, gateway anti-spam, intrusion detection and prevention, content filtering, bandwidth management and multi-link manager – all over a single platform. The appliance supports 10-50 users and meets the diverse needs of SOHO-ROBO markets, which operate with sometimes-limited technical and financial resources.

“Operating with limited security infrastructures and human resources, SOHO-ROBO users are the most vulnerable to malicious attacks such as viruses, spam, phishing, pharming, spyware, worms and more,” said Harish Chib, Vice President, New Business Development, Elitecore Technologies. “CR25i offers this market the comprehensive protection they require from internal and external threats over a single, easy-to-use platform that does not impact their bottom line.”

CR25i helps monitor and control ROBO users working in remote offices across the globe through Cyberoam’s Web-GUI. A single administrator placed at the corporate office can monitor and regulate ROBO users, and protect the organization from possible threats with virus and spam updates, custom IDP signatures and Web categorization. ROBO users can be connected via a secure Cyberoam VPN Tunnel that filters out viruses and malicious threats. CR25i can also be integrated seamlessly with Cyberoam Central Console, Cyberoam’s centralized network security management solution that enables superior high-end network control to the central office over ROBOs.

Cyberoam’s identity-based UTM solutions have an easy-to-configure and easy-to-manage architecture, adding additional value for SOHO users by eliminating the need for technical manpower for network control and maintenance. CR25i is also an affordable and cost-effective solution, lowering capital and operating expenses for SOHOs.

“The security demands of the global SOHO and ROBO markets are just as critical as those of the small-to-medium enterprise and large enterprise markets,” said Chib. “Having had a tremendous response in the Middle-Eastern market, we quickly made CR25i globally available to meet the high demand from partners and customers for an identity-based UTM solution for SOHO-ROBO segments all around the world.”

Elitecore Technologies Ltd.