European IT Security Provider Link11 Expands to the Benelux Region
Link11 launches its innovative security solutions to the markets in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg (Benelux) and appoints Thomas Kramps as Regional Sales Director. Kramps will operate from the Netherlands.
Link11, the leading European IT security provider in the field of cyber-resilience is expanding its business operations to the Benelux region. Founded in 2005, Link11 has been offering security solutions since 2011 all over the globe. Protecting some of the largest companies in Banking and Finance, Media, Retail and E-Commerce, Link11 ensures the highest standards in Data Privacy and Compliance as required by GDPR. With a global network of Points of Production (PoPs), including Amsterdam, Link11 continues to expand its global footprint and network capacity.
The global protection solutions of the Link11 Security Platform are fully automated, monitor in real-time and defend against all attacks, including unknown and new patterns, in under 10 seconds. According to unanimous analyst opinions (Gartner, Frost & Sullivan, etc.) Link11 offers the fastest mitigation (TTM) available on the market. To ensure cyber-resilience, web and infrastructure DDoS protection, bot mitigation, API protection, secure DNS, zero touch WAF, secure CDN, and threat intelligence services, among others, ensure holistic and cross-platform hardening of corporate networks and critical applications.
The company’s operation in Benelux is headed by Thomas Kramps, who joins from Cybersprint where he led a global sales team. Kramps has a wealth of experience in IT Security having previously worked as Regional Sales Director Northern Europe at Netskope and Country Manager for the Netherlands at Infoblox:
“Link11’s solutions fundamentally change how organizations interact with their cyber-security solutions. Rather than following the established ‘detect, analyse and respond’ workflow, our solutions automate these processes instantly, enabling security teams to strategically protect their IT infrastructure even against new and emerging threats (zero day exploits) as opposed to reactively responding on an attack-by-attack basis. As such I believe there will be strong demand for our solutions within the Benelux market, making this a very exciting time to be joining the company. I’m looking forward to leading this next stage in the Link11 journey.” Kramps will operate from the Netherlands.
Eduard Meelhuysen, Vice President Sales EMEA, adds: “We are delighted to welcome Thomas to the Link11 team. The cyber-security market is growing rapidly and Thomas’ deep industry knowledge of this unique market and extensive experience puts us in a strong position for our next phase of growth. “
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