Al Moammar Information Systems, the first Saudi public listed company in the category of Information Technology and one of the largest system integrators in the KSA market, has signed a partnership agreement with LinkShadow, the next generation cybersecurity analytics platform, designed to manage threats in real-time with attacker behavior analytics, to detect cyber and insider threats. The agreement will enable MIS to provide the advanced technologies of Threat Hunting powered by Machine Learning to the Saudi market, which is considered one of the largest economies in the region.
“The Saudi economy is witnessing a major transformation in governmental, economic and social sectors, led by the objectives of the Kingdom 2030 Vision. This requires a robust ICT infrastructure to form the foundation where the futuristic Saudi projects will be relying on”, commented Ibrahim Al Moammar, the Vice Chairman of MIS. He added: “Cybersecurity is a corner stone in building reliable ICT capabilities, and this is exactly what LinkShadow solutions are all about. They fortify the Cybersecurity seamlessly with minimum requements and zero administration. LinkShadow empowered by the Machine Learning will Detect the most sophisticated attacks automatically, Hunt the attackers by detecting their behaviours and techniques, and deliver ultimate visibility and reporting for Security teams, and Managers alike..
With LinkShadow CXO Visibility, IT administrators can take a glance on real-time compilation of overall security status of the entire network. They can get a performance based quantitative analysis of your security investments, identify & monitor key security metrics that matter, and enhance CISO decision making capabilities with a Single-Pane-of-glass view and cybersecurity teams can track key security metrics, in the blink of an eye.
Commenting on this partnership, Fadi Sharaf El Dean, Sales Director of LinkShadow, said: “We deliver a best-in-class threat hunting capabilities powered by heavy and extensive machine learning algorithms. Our products detect most sophisticated cyber-attacks, and visually presents the cyber kill chain to understand and combat ransomware, security breaches, and advanced persistent attacks (APTs).” He added: “We decided to choose MIS as our partner for the Saudi market because we needed a system integrator with high capabilities and qualified security experts, as well as broad reach across the major government and business entities. We believe MIS fulfills all our needs to deliver a successful partnership, bring higher levels of cybersecurity to the Saudi economy and the Kingdom’s ambitious 2030 vision.”
Worth mentioning that MIS was ranked as the 4th System Integrator company in the Saudi market according to the latest report released by IDC Report 2019. It is also representing more than 50 leading technology vendors and managed to deliver successfully many of the critical ICT projects in the kingdom.© Press Release 2019
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