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Attivo Networks signs up Spectrami for EMEA

Anand Choudha, Spectrami

Attivo Networks has announced a strategic distribution partnership with Spectrami, a value-added distributor in the region, to provide its next-generation deception solutions across Europe, Middle East and Africa.

With the addition of Attivo to its portfolio, Spectrami said it will allow companies to take advantage of a reliable and proven to be the best line of defense that offers effective prevention and detection capabilities.

“With cyber-attacks growing in size and frequency, organisations across the region are facing imminent danger. Keeping this in mind, an increasing number of firms are inclined to include advanced deception technology within their infrastructure. Therefore, we are delighted with our partnership with Attivo Networks, as it not only complements our existing portfolio, but its unique deception platform opens up several opportunities for us,” said Anand Choudha, managing director, Spectrami.

“With its strong leadership in the emerging space of deception solutions, Attivo Networks is a welcome addition to our security portfolio,” said Anas Handous, director, Global Alliances, Spectrami. He added that through this EMEA partnership, the distributor looks forward to providing organisations with a choice of “highly effective and game changing deception-based solutions, offering next level security against advanced cyber threats.”

“Targeted cyber-attacks are increasing at an alarming rate making it clear that a new approach to cybersecurity is required,” said Ray Kafity, vice president, Middle East, Turkey and Africa, at Attivo Networks. “As organisations in the EMEA region make substantial efforts to strengthen their security posture, we are extremely pleased to partner with Spectrami. With Spectrami’s expertise and steadfast delivery of security solutions across multiple markets and industries, we aim to help organisations close security gaps and develop a critical line of defense for detecting and responding to cyber attackers.”


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