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Cyberoam

Cyberoam is a vendor for information security products and services. Cyberoam has operations worldwide, with a strong presence in India, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. Its clients span most industries and verticals and include top private and government organizations in India. It is a division of information technology services provider Elitecore Technologies, founded in 1999.

Cyberoam offers identity-based unified threat management (UTM) appliances, secure sockets layer virtual private networks (SSL VPN), remote access, endpoint security, and logging and reporting tools. Also offered are certification courses in information security for its partners and IT professionals, namely, Cyberoam Certified Network & Security Professional (CCNSP), Cyberoam Certified Network & Security Expert (CCNSE), and Cyberoam Certified Trainer (CCT).

This was last updated in August 2011

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