Kerio Technologies has been placed in Gartner, Inc.’s March 2012 Unified Threat Management Magic Quadrant. The global analyst firm defines the UTM market as devices that provide small and midsize businesses with multiple network security functions in a single appliance.
Kerio Control 7.3 is ideal for organisations that demand robust network protection, traffic analysis, and user-based reporting. The Kerio Control UTM is available in a wide range of form factors, including two hardware firewall appliances, a bootable ISO software appliance, virtual appliances for VMware and Parallels, or an application on Windows Server software.
“As a rising vendor in the security space, we are delighted to be included in the Magic Quadrant report,” said Scott Schreiman, CEO Kerio Technologies. “Strong growth in our customer base and partner network will solidify Kerio Control as a viable alternative to some of the more difficult to use in the space.”
Gartner’s Magic Quadrant report researches and evaluates UTM vendors in terms of their “completeness of vision” and “ability to execute.” The Magic Quadrant aims to provide a qualitative analysis into a market and its direction, maturity and participants. 14 vendors were included in the UTM Magic Quadrant report.