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SecureLink enters into a new distribution partnership with ShiftLeft

Author : Saipriya Iyer | Published Date : 2020-01-28 

SecureLink, a Dubai based independent advisory firm and part of the StarLink group, a Value-Added Distributor (VAD) of the region, has reportedly announced the signing of a new distribution agreement with ShiftLeft for GCC and Egypt.

ShiftLeft is the most accurate and fastest application security testing tool in the industry. It incorporates directly into pipelines of DevOps through pull request or build, and it could examine 500,000 lines of code in around 10 minutes. This empowers AppSec teams to inject security into DevOps without slowing down innovation.

SecureLink would be the distributor for the whole product suite of ShiftLeft, including ShiftLeft Protect, ShiftLeft Ocular and ShiftLeft Inspect. Leveraging the CPG (Code Property Graph) of ShiftLeft, all solutions of ShiftLeft are designed so as to give speed, scalability and accuracy to help organizations achieve continuous security at the lowest possible OpEx.

Reghu Mohandas, Director at SecureLink, stated that implementation of DevOps entails organizations to be secure and agile at the same time. Employing platforms like ShiftLeft, the company believes that their customers could ensure that their applications are secure both during run-time and build-time.

Mohandas further stated that in this collaboration, the company would mutually focus on connecting with customers who need advisory services around application security and leverage the platform of ShiftLeft in offering constant assessment and protection.

Manish Gupta, ShiftLeft Founder and CEO, stated that the GCC is one of the most dynamic and fastest growing, regions fueling the global economy. The company is thrilled to be working with SecureLink, the leading value-added distributor to enter this prominent region.

Gupta further stated that merging the best application security advisory with the most accurate and fastest code analysis would provide customers with the most developed application security solution.

About SecureLink:

SecureLink is a Dubai based independent advisory firm assisting customers in mitigating, identifying and managing their cybersecurity risks. It is a part of the StarLink Group having a turnover of $400 million, with over 375 employees as well as presence in nearly 22 countries across the META region, which also includes UK and USA.

Source credit: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/securelink-inks-distribution-agreement-shiftleft-070000576.html

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