StarLink, the fastest growing “True” Value-Added-Distributor (VAD) in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) region has signed up with Demisto, a Palo Alto Networks Company for distribution of its Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) portfolio, in the META region.
Demisto, is a leading Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) platform that helps security teams accelerate incident response, standardize and scale processes, and learn from each incident while working together. Demisto Enterprise integrates with more than 160 security products and enables organizations to build playbooks for different security operations. By integrating other security products with Demisto, users can orchestrate actions across a suite of products in one window, automate response actions through playbooks, and run live security commands from a collaboration interface to remediate threats.
Under the agreement, StarLink will promote Demisto through its regional sales and marketing expertise, widespread partner network and strong customer base. It is uniquely positioned to support Demisto in expanding their geographical footprint, customer base and grow potential business opportunities. Demisto perfectly fits in at the core of StarLink’s solutions Lifecycle, complementing many of the technologies in the StarLink ecosystem.
“Today, enterprises are facing many challenges when it comes to getting ahead of their security goals and the right SOAR tool can transform an organization’s security operations. With Demisto on-board, we aim to equip customers with a comprehensive security operations platform that delivers higher levels of integration and automation to solve unique and complex threats. said Mr. Nidal Othman, Managing Director and Co-founder of StarLink.
He added that “Palo Alto Networks is very strategic to StarLink, thus making this alliance with Demisto a valuable addition to the StarLink portfolio in terms of the relationship as well technology, which would further strengthen our commitment to enterprises in the region.”