Zaidoun Arbad, StarLink’s COO
Security VAD StarLink has signed a regional distribution agreement with DigiCert for Middle East and Africa.
DigiCert is the world’s leading provider of scalable TLS/SSL, IoT and PKI solutions for identity and encryption. DigiCert innovates to advance TLS and PKI-based solutions for securing the enterprise and emerging markets such as IoT, cloud, and DevOps. DigiCert ONE is a modern, holistic approach to PKI management. Based on an advanced, container-based design, DigiCert ONE allows customers to deploy in any environment, automate enrollment, and customise workflows rapidly and flexibly. DigiCert CertCentral is an award-winning, enterprise-grade TLS management platform. DigiCert is also recognised for its fast and knowledgeable customer support.
StarLink has been on the leading edge of innovation as a trusted cyber and cloud advisor and as an authorised partner of DigiCert, StarLink will be able to further grow and expand in the META region and support organisations in securing their data by providing enterprise-class TLS, PKI and IoT security solutions.
“We are really excited to be an authorised partner of DigiCert, as it perfectly fits into our data lifecycle under the Access Control domain and complements other leading technologies to deliver innovative and integrated solutions”, said Zaidoun Arbad, StarLink’s COO. “This will not only empower customers to augment their existing infrastructure and ecosystem with next-gen digital trust tools but will also unlock huge digitisation avenues for future enhancements.”
“DigiCert is committed to driving the online trust market through our product innovation, industry standards support and superior customer experience”, said James Dalton, DigiCert’s EVP of Sales. “We’re looking forward to working with StarLink to deliver the world’s most trusted customer solutions in the META region.”
DigiCert solutions are available in the MEA region through Starlink offices in Bahrain, Egypt, Kenya, Kuwait, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.