TeskaLabs Advances to Preferred Solution Partner Within the Cisco Solution Partner Program

London, United Kingdom – Mar, 8, 2017 – TeskaLabs announced that it is now a Preferred Solution Partner within the Cisco® Solution Partner Program. The Internet of Everything (IoE) continues to bring together people, processes, data and things to enhance the relevancy of network connections. As a member of the Cisco Solution Partner Program, TeskaLabs is able to quickly create and deploy solutions to enhance the capabilities, performance and management of the network to capture value in the IoE.

TeskaLabs’ technology is purposely designed for large-scale mobile banking and financial apps. With our solution banks and financial institutions can stop fraudulent transactions, detect and isolate mobile malware; thereby increase user trusts in mobile banking. They can also protect users on hostile networks with our strong cryptography and shield banking and financial system APIs.

“Today, enterprises are adopting mobile apps and IoT/IoE at an unprecedented rate, and people are connected in more and more places for both personal and business purposes. However, enterprises must ensure that those apps, those connections, and the data they exchange are secured,” said Ales Teska, Founder and CEO of TeskaLabs. “We are excited to present TeskaLabs’ technology on the Cisco Marketplace and help more enterprises to securely build and operate mobile apps in the new cyber landscape.”

The Cisco Solution Partner Program, part of the Cisco Partner Ecosystem, unites Cisco with third-party independent hardware and software vendors to deliver integrated solutions to joint customers. As a Preferred Solution Partner, TeskaLabs has achieved Cisco compatibility certification on at least one solution and can provide its customers with 24-hour, 7-days-a-week customer support.

For more information on Mobile Application Security for Banking and Finance, go to: https://marketplace.cisco.com/catalog/companies/teskalabs-ltd/products/mobile- application-security- for-banking-and- finance.

About TeskaLabs

We at TeskaLabs believe that the digital world has to be safe. Today, as more and more enterprises move toward mobile and Internet of Things (IoT), we help them build and operate mobile and IoT applications securely.

TeskaLabs is an award-winning product company committing to creating the world's most comprehensive application security technology for mobile and IoT apps. We are a proud member of Microsoft BizSpark Plus, a strategic partner of O2 Czech Republic, and a Cisco Preferred Solution Partner.

TeskaLabs operates from the headquarters in London, United Kingdom and an additional office in Prague, Czech Republic. For more information, visit www.teskalabs.com and follow @TeskaLabs on Twitter.

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Media contact:

Vladimira Teskova

Mobile: +44 (0) 7548 674986 (UK)

Email: vladimira.teskova@teskalabs.com




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