LogRhythm Partners With AlJammaz Technologies For Automated, Scalable And High-Performance Cybersecurity In The Middle East

LogRhythm Partners With AlJammaz Technologies For Automated_ Scalable And High-Performance Cybersecurity In The Middle East

LogRhythm, the company powering today’s security operations centers (SOCs), has partnered with AlJammaz Technologies, a leading value-added technology distributor in the GCC and Middle East.

The partnership enables more organizations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and the GCC to benefit from automated, scalable and high-performance cybersecurity with LogRhythm’s NextGen Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Platform.

LogRhythm has developed a robust ecosystem of global partners representing its award-winning NextGen SIEM Platform, with 30 partners across the Middle East alone.

Through distributing LogRhythm’s platform, AlJammaz can provide its customers with a comprehensive set of security capabilities across verticals including financial, industrial, education, telecommunications, hospitality, healthcare, government, SMB and consumer. Customers also benefit from reporting capabilities and compliance use cases that make it simple to comply with the KSA’s Essential Cybersecurity Controls (ECC).

“Our NextGen SIEM Platform delivers a whole range of security solutions in one place. We’re proud to be providing AlJammaz and its customers with security analytics, user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), network detection and response (NDR), and security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) to ramp up their security and protection.

With initiatives like the ECC affecting business operations in the region, it’s important that organizations have everything they need to comply and move forward with confidence.

We’re glad to be helping AlJammaz continue to provide its customers with the technologies and expertise needed to be successful,” said Mazen A. Dohaji, Vice President, India, Middle East, Turkey & Africa (iMETA) at LogRhythm.

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The ECC was launched in 2018 by the National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA) within the Kingdom to establish best practice in cybersecurity at a national level. All government-run and privately run organizations looking to do business with the public sector must comply.

The partnership enables AlJammaz and its customers to easily comply to such regulations, as well as centrally collect data across the entire network environment. Greater visibility into network activity enables potential issues to be addressed before they become a significant financial risk.

“At AlJammaz we’re always aiming to provide the best technology products and services to the KSA, GCC and whole Middle Eastern market. As a leader in the cybersecurity domain, LogRhythm is a great fit for AlJammaz and we were happy to see its support for the ECC to support and bring value to organizations across the region.

LogRhythm’s solutions will add great value to our portfolio and we’re looking forward to supporting our customers across sectors with the automated and high-performance security they need to scale their businesses,” said Asim AlJammaz, CEO at AlJammaz Technologies.

The LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform is at the center of thousands of SOCs worldwide for rapid detection, response and neutralization of threats. It makes it simple to align teams, technologies and processes to uncover threats more efficiently and minimize risks in a single, unified platform.

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