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Solera Networks Announces Partnership with InnoCom to Expand EMEA Channel

Solera Networks, the industry’s leading Big Data Security Intelligence and Analytics provider, announced today an exclusive value-added distributor (VAD) agreement with InnoCom, which provides emerging technology products and solutions to the information technology market in Israel. The partnership is part of Solera Networks’ increased expansion and commitment to delivering Security Intelligence and Advanced Threat Protection solutions to organizations throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and meeting demand in the rapidly growing security market in the region.

InnoCom, which was founded in 2004, offers best-of-breed products and solutions designed for network security, WAN optimization and cloud-based management. As part of its relationship with Solera Networks, InnoCom will also recruit select value-added resellers (VARs) to distribute Solera Networks advanced security solutions.

“In today’s challenging security landscape, the ability to gain complete visibility into an organization’s network traffic is critical to better understanding and preventing advanced, persistent and targeted attacks,” said Jonathan Gad, co-founder and CEO, InnoCom. “We look forward to working closely with Solera Networks, a leader in the security intelligence and advanced threat protection market. Its comprehensive DeepSee solution portfolio integrates with leading security platforms, providing a 360-degree view into any security incident.”

With Solera Networks DeepSee Platform, organizations can monitor, record, replay and investigate all network packets, flows, files and applications—giving them the advanced threat protection and security intelligence necessary to gain 20/20 visibility and context, determine root cause, verify impact and mitigate security breaches and attacks.

“InnoCom has an in-depth understanding of the unique security landscape in Israel and provides comprehensive security solutions to a variety of industries,” said James Pattinson, vice president of EMEA, Solera Networks. “Israel is an important market for Solera. Cyberterrorism is a real issue for all organizations in the region and, with Israelis being so security savvy, they really understand our value proposition. Solera is now bringing a viable competitive alternative to RSA NetWitness and is recruiting a select number of partners through InnoCom. InnoCom has already had great success in Israel working with some of Solera’s technology integration partners such as Palo Alto Networks and FireEye.”

About Solera Networks

See everything. Know everything.™

Solera Networks is the industry’s leading big data security intelligence and analytics company. Its award-winning DeepSee™ platform levels the battlefield against advanced targeted attacks and malware, and gives security professionals clear and concise answers to the toughest security questions. Solera DeepSee is powered by next-generation deep-packet inspection and indexing technologies, full-packet capture, malware analysis and real-time security intelligence and analytics capabilities. Global 2000 enterprises, cloud service providers and government agencies rely on Solera for real-time situational awareness, security incident response, advanced threat detection, data loss monitoring and analysis, organization policy compliance and security assurance—allowing them to respond quickly and intelligently to advanced threats and attacks, while protecting critical information assets, minimizing exposure and loss and reducing business liabilities. For more information, please visit

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