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StarLink, FireEye join forces for the Middle East

StarLink, FireEye join forces for Middle East

StarLink, FireEye join forces for the Middle East
StarLink and FireEye want to combat targeted attacks by cyber criminals and hackers.

FireEye, a global provider of next generation malware protection and prevention solutions, has signed a value added distribution agreement with StarLink, a specialist IT security solutions distributor in the Middle East.

Under the deal, StarLink will distribute FireEye's malware protection systems array across the Middle East region.

"FireEye has selected Starlink to be our authorised VAD in the region to offer the next generation malware protection and prevention solutions in the region," said Ray Kafity, regional sales director at FireEye Middle East, Turkey and Africa. "The Middle East represents a growing market and a very targeted destination for cyber criminals and hackers that spread their malicious and destructive attacks."

Nidal Othman, managing director at StarLink said: "StarLink is proud to partner with FireEye to expand their customers installed base in across the Middle East. FireEye fill a gap in network defences and new generation security protection that is ready to do battle against advanced malware, zero-day and targeted APT attacks."

Othman added that the next-generation security systems must plug the hole left by firewalls, IPS, AV and web gateways by applying most advanced, state-of-the art threat detection and prevention intelligent techniques.

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