https://mastconfex.comPalo Alto Networks announced that Australian telecommunications provider Superloop has achieved Palo Alto Networks’ MSSP accreditation for Prisma SASE. This accreditation underscores Superloop’s proven expertise in delivering SD-WAN and Cloud Security Services.

To obtain this certification, Superloop developed a comprehensive Service Implementation Plan (SIP), demonstrating Superloop’s maturity in sales, pre-sales, service delivery, and operations as a trusted Managed Security Service Provider. In addition, Superloop successfully met all certification criteria which included receiving accreditations for SASE Sales Specialists, Professional SASE Prisma Access Remote User Operations, Remote Network User Operations, SD-WAN Support Engineers, SD-WAN Deployment Engineers, Prisma Access Support Engineers, and SASE Delivery Assurance.

“At Superloop, our goal is to partner with Australian businesses to ensure they’re set up to thrive with a fast, hyper-adaptive secure network, coupled with world-class enterprise and security solutions. Receiving Palo Alto Networks’ MSSP accreditation is a terrific endorsement of our ability to do just that – configuring and implementing integrated SASE solutions that support businesses in an age of ever increasing cyberattacks. Together we can continue to help companies right across Australia keep their businesses forward-thinking, refreshing their internet strategies to protect their customers, their reputation, and their IP,” says Daisey Stampfer, Group Executive, Business & Wholesale, Superloop.

In recent years, the demand for SASE architecture has been increasing as users’ work styles have changed dramatically with the expansion of cloud computing and the spread of remote work. Superloop’s accreditation and proven capability will enable Australian enterprises and businesses to adopt an AI-powered SASE architecture at scale. Superloop’s managed SASE offering, which is powered by Palo Alto Networks, will help customers modernize their network infrastructure, and strengthen their security posture with deep observability on threats from managed and unmanaged devices. It will also improve user experience and productivity, and reduce troubleshooting costs with AI powered operations.

“Having access to best-in-class cybersecurity solutions is crucial for Australian businesses, especially Australia being one the top 10 most targeted countries globally, as our 2024 Ransomware Retrospective found. This milestone demonstrates Superloop’s commitment to creating new opportunities for Australian enterprises to take charge of their cybersecurity and adopt best-in-breed solutions. Collaborating with industry-leading partners, like Superloop, ensures our market-leading security solutions are accessible to more Australian businesses,” says Janet Docherty, Director for Channel Sales & Alliances ANZ at Palo Alto Networks.


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