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StarLink to distribute Darktrace in Middle East

Regional VAD to supply partners in the Middle East and Turkey the vendor’s cyber security solutions

StarLink to distribute Darktrace in Middle East
Advani says the company is delighted to have partnered with Darktrace.

Regional VAD StarLink has announced it has signed a distribution agreement with Darktrace, a maker of Enterprise Immune System technology for cyber security.

In terms of the deal, StarLink will sell, install and support Darktrace products through its extensive network of channel partners to enterprise and government organisations throughout the Middle East and Turkey regions.

"The Enterprise Immune System is rapidly gaining traction as the leading solution for proactive cyber-threat detection and networking visibility across the world," said Nicole Eagan, CEO, Darktrace. "We are delighted to be working with Starlink to accelerate adoption of our self-learning technology in the Middle East and Turkey."

"Darktrace's Enterprise Immune System is a unique cyber intelligence platform and we are excited to take it to our partners and customers across the region. The ability to self-learn the behavior of every device, user and network to stay ahead of external and insider attacks is truly cutting-edge." said Avinash Advani, vice president, Business Strategy at StarLink. "We believe that using machine learning for anomaly detection is the future of next-generation threat protection and Darktrace is at the forefront of that revolution."

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