Find Link11 in the Softshell Cybersecurity Vendor Report 2017
DDoS proctionen provider Link11 has been listed in the actual Cybersecurity Vendor Report 2017 from Softshell.
The Cybersecurity Vendor Report from Softshell, German value-added distributor for cybersecurity, has been researched and developed over the past year by Softshell‘s team in Germany and the United States. Link11 can be found on page 236 with its DDoS Protection Solution. The information about the listed companies within the report are generated through:
- Market analysis
- Phone and web-based research
- Face-to-face interviews with vendors
The goal for this Report is to present the complex international range of cybersecurity hardware and software solutions in order to provide a solid overview for end customers, system integrators and resellers evaluating new vendors and technologies in the fields of cybersecurity.
Softshell's Vendor Score for Link11 is 8,24 from 10
Companies listed in the Report have been given a Softshell Vendor Score which shows how well a company and its products meet the needs of the DACH market (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) and can be used as an indicator when evaluating which cybersecurity companies to work with in the German-speaking market. The score is generated by analyzing each company and technology on the following parameters:
- German user interface
- Support in German language Support in Central European Time Zone DACH based company or subsidiary
- DACH sales team
- DACH pre-sales team or engineers
- DACH resellers or distributors
- DACH reference customers
- Inclusion in a 2014, 2015, 2016 or 2017 Gartner’s Magic Quadrant or Cool Vendor Report
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