StarLink to be present at @HACK, KSA

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StarLink today announced participation at @HACK, KSA and is all set to showcase top cyber technologies at the 3-day cybersecurity spectacle.

The much awaited and bespoke infosec event co-organized by the Saudi Federation for Cyber Security, Programming and Drones (SAFCSP) and the iconic Blackhat is expected to be the region’s largest hacking extravaganza for cybersecurity professionals where world famous ethical hackers would share their expertise on advanced ethical hacking for enhanced cybersecurity capabilities.

“Cybersecurity has been at the core of Saudi Arabia’s 2030 vision. StarLink is privileged to support this strategic ambition with cutting-edge solutions that embodies the future of innovation and assist in the building of a safe and secure cyberspace in The Kingdom.” commented Nidal Othman, CEO, StarLink.

He added, “Cybercriminals have evolved to commit larger and sophisticated crimes and it is critical for enterprises to matchup by being innovative and by implementing advanced Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning driven cybercrime prevention strategy as well as gear up their regulations, standards, guidelines, and policies. This is what we are bringing to @HACK.”

StarLink will showcase its strategic cyber vendors namely Palo Alto Networks, Trend Micro, Safe Security, Symantec, Forcepoint, Thales, NETSCOUT, BlackBerry, Ivanti, Fidelis Cybersecurity, NetSPI, Mandiant, CyberRes, Forescout Technologies, Nozomi Networks, Cofense and Blue Prism.

Experts from StarLink will be available at their Stand #G30 at the Riyadh Expo Centre.

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