ATAR Labs to promote it’s flagship product ATAR (Automated Threat Analysis and Response) across Middle East and North Africa region, as it signs distribution agreement with Dubai based leading regional value added distributor, Spectrami.
ATAR is one of the leading Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platform and was just honoured with “Best SOAR Solution of 2019” award by EC-Council’s CISO MAG Summit. Designed for organisations who find it challenging to keep up with the speed and volume of cyber-attacks in the modern world, ATAR helps security teams improve their efficiency through innovative and diverse forms of automation. The platform is customizable to the extend where even the most complex workflows are realizable using ATAR’s intuitive interface.
Burak Dayioglu, ATAR Labs CEO said, “We are very delighted to be partnering with Spectrami as our value added distributor in the Middle East and North Africa region. Their skills, network and proven track record, coupled with the superior technology of ATAR, will undoubtedly prove to be a great success and help even more organisations take a step forward with their cyber defence.
ATAR helps to combine the orchestration of both technology and people, creating a seamless experience and significantly improves the efficiency of a company’s ability to respond to the increasingly sophisticated world of cyberattacks.”
Anand Choudha, CEO of Spectrami said, “The partnership with ATAR Labs gives us the ability to address the market through a solutions perspective. We believe Spectrami’s vast distribution network, complemented by the ATAR Labs agile SOC incident investigations offerings, will empower our partner community to provide a robust ROI for our customers across the region
Featuring a programmable robot, analyst augmentation and a SOC Analytics engine, ATAR automatically runs pre-taught attack reflexes without the need of a human expert. Capable of running alongside existing security tools and technologies, ATAR helps organisations improve the security investments whilst allowing security operation centre experts the ability to analyse and resolve attacks up to twenty times faster.