Australia’s Vault Cloud and Aruba form cloud security alliance
Published 25 February 2021
Australian cloud vendor Vault Cloud has announced a partnership with US-based Aruba to strengthen the company’s network control system for its public service clients.
The collaboration will see Vault Cloud leverage Aruba’s policy management platform, ClearPass to keep networks secure.
Vault Cloud’s very own Network Policy Manager as-a-Service (NPMaaS) solution will also be adopting Aruba’s Zero Trust Security offering, which enables wired and wireless devices on a network to be easily identified and assigned identity-based policies to keep corporate and campus networks safe.
“We are incredibly proud to be partnering with Vault Cloud to deliver a faster and more secure network control system for our public sector,” said Pat Devlin, Director of Aruba South Pacific (ANZ).
“The partnership will not only see the ClearPass experience further streamline user network connectivity across the public sector to those who need it most, but it will fundamentally transform how government personnel work and operate across the state,” he added.
Linton Burling, General Manager of Vault Cloud said that the partnership will enable full mobility for participating government agencies in the state of New South Wales.
“This new infrastructure is designed and tested to support these emergency service workers and government agencies to do their job wherever it may be, in their quest to help keep Australians safe,” he said.
“We are dedicated to continually enhancing our cloud solutions in response to a rapidly evolving and sophisticated IT landscape,” Mr. Burling added.