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Spectrami has added Artemis Pro to provide a full stack of security assessment and pentest offering to customers and partners across Middle East and Africa (MEA). Artemis Pro offers an efficient and secure mechanism for security teams to initiate assessments, track and eventually remediate vulnerabilities on a single platform.

Traditional pentests are performed mostly manual and sometimes automated. However, the findings are stored in documents, files and presentations. This approach is flawed as information is fragmented and customers find it challenging to interpret whether their security posture has improved against an evolving threat landscape.

Talking about the partnership, Anand Choudha, CEO for Spectrami said, “With the addition of Artemis Pro, we offer companies the ability to improve their security posture, satisfy requirements for compliance and accelerate go-to-market timeframes. It is our belief that data driven analytics coupled with saving on cost, time and remediation efforts will provide better ROI and give any company an advantage. We are one of the first to offer the combination of pentest as-a-service plus as-on-premise product for our large customers and partners.”

Artemis Pro is a collaborative tool and pentest lifecyle management platform. It provides fine grained control on the pentest processes and integration with DevSecOps and SDLC lifecycle. Customers can engage the best white-hat hackers to identify vulnerabilities by using a flexible credit system. Large enterprises with in-house capability can onboard their security teams using the on-premise version. Similarly, Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP) can enhance their pentesting service offering by leveraging the smart and efficient platform to provide high visibility and historical data through dashboards to their customers.

“We are excited to bring Artemis Pro to the region to provide customers an intelligent overview of their security program. Spectrami partnership offers immense value with their understanding of security technologies and their knowledge of the local market. We needed to partner with a company that is agile on the uptake and has the ability to leverage a large network of customers and partners across MEA,” said Neeti Rodrigues, Chief Sales Officer at Artemis Pro.

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