StarLink adds security intelligence and analytics vendor
LogRhythm technology helps organisations rapidly detect, respond to and neutralise cyber threats
Security-specialised VAD StarLink, has signed a distribution agreement with LogRhythm, a global provider of security intelligence and analytics solutions.
StarLink will sell, install and support LogRhythm’s products through its network of Channel Partners to enterprise and government customers in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META).
LogRhythm’s platform delivers next-generation SIEM, log management, network and endpoint monitoring, and advanced security analytics.
In addition to protecting customers from the increasingly complex risks associated with cyber threats, LogRhythm provides compliance automation and assurance, as well as enhanced IT intelligence.
LogRhythm is consistently recognised as a market leader. The company has been positioned as a Leader in Gartner’s SIEM Magic Quadrant report for five consecutive years and earned Frost & Sullivan’s 2015 Global Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Enabling Technology Leadership Award.
Masen A. Dohaji, regional director – Middle East, Turkey & Africa at LogRhythm commented, “We are excited to work with StarLink, a leading value-added distributor. With LogRhythm’s unified security intelligence and analytics platform now in its portfolio, StarLink’s partners will be able to help customers in the region to automate the detection and neutralisation of cyber threats. LogRhythm enables organisations to significantly reduce the time to respond to cyber threats – whether they have penetrated the enterprise perimeter or originated from within.”
Nidal Othman, managing director at StarLink added, “Enterprises and Government entities in this region are looking to augment security intelligence with advanced profiling and analytics. LogRhythm is an especially good fit for these types of organisations as they require an integrated combination of security intelligence, and endpoint and network monitoring capabilities. Furthermore, organisations are looking for ease of deployment and predefined functions over a customised, complex approach to monitoring that is achieved by traditional operational intelligence platforms with security layered on top.”