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AmiViz Strengthens Relationship with Swimlane


AmiViz has announced that it has strengthened its relationship with Swimlane, a leading provider of low-code security automation solutions. Swimlane is at the forefront of innovation thanks to its breakthrough low-code security automation solution that transcends traditional SOAR by capturing hard-to-reach telemetry and expanding actionability closer to the point of threat inception.

Expressing his happiness on the successful relationship with Swimlane, the COO at AmiViz, Ilyas Mohammed said, “The demand for SOAR solutions has been on the rise, and with Swimlane’s unique low-code approach to security automation, we are witnessing a lot of traction across the region. AmiViz and Swimlane are mutually committed to take our level of cooperation to next level, which will help us to tap into the immense potential the market has to offer in the Middle East.”

“We will further accelerate our efforts to build greater momentum and undertake several new joint initiatives to address the growing market needs, conduct frequent workshops, roadshows, webinars, impart training and skill sets, and other growth-related activities to enable channel partners across the Middle East and Africa region,” Ilyas added.

“The complexity and sophistication of attacks continue to grow, overburdening security teams with manual, repetitive, and time-consuming tasks that are required to track, mitigate and respond to security events,” said Mike Kay, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Swimlane. “Our unique low-code security automation approach is a game-changer for the region, offering security teams a solution that meets the region’s most demanding and constantly evolving security operations requirements. Our partnership with AmiViz makes automation even more approachable via the enterprise marketplace.”

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