StarLink brings top-notch cybersecurity technologies to Black Hat MEA 2022

StarLink brings top-notch cybersecurity technologies to Black Hat MEA 2022

StarLink, an Infinigate Group Company, has announced a representation with next-gen technologies at the prestigious KSA Infosec Black Hat Middle East 2022 to support the rapidly growing Saudi cybersecurity landscape.

For the second year in a row, leading technologies will be showcased under the StarLink banner, namely Anomali, Cybereason, DigiCert, Endace, Getvisibility, Imperva, LogRhythm, Palo Alto Networks, Trend Micro, Keysight Technologies, Juniper Networks, Ivanti, Forcepoint, Forescout, Netscout, Symantec by Broadcom Software, Thales, Trellix and Nozomi Networks – who would have their global, as well as regional expertise sales and technical teams present to ensure maximum outreach and to cater to the enhanced footfall that is expected this year.

“Saudi within a very short time has established itself as a digital hub which is evident from the increased focus on the digital enhancements across different industries within the Kingdom,” said Nidal Othman, CEO, StarLink. “What we bring to Black Hat MEA 2022 is unique and we are excited to be associated with this iconic cybersecurity experience and to present innovation at its best. Our cutting-edge portfolio offers a well-rounded and integrated approach to cybersecurity that aims to empower enterprises in KSA to improve their overall security and resilience.”

The MEA region is integral to StarLink’s business from an operations perspective, with KSA being the hub for the GCC. Supporting the Saudi 2030 cybersecurity vision is at the top of its agenda and the company is committed to this regional endeavour. Black Hat MEA 2022 co-organised by the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Drones (SAFCSP) and is a perfect platform to reinforce this commitment.

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