AI SPERA Partners with Devcons to Expand ‘Criminal IP’ into the Middle Eastern Market

AI SPERA, a leading Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) company, has announced a partnership with UAE-based distributor Devcons to expand into the Middle Eastern market. This collaboration aims to introduce AI SPERA’s advanced CTI search engine, ‘Criminal IP’, across the region. Devcons, known for its active distribution network, will market and distribute the product to various clients in the Middle East.

As part of the agreement, Devcons will have resale rights for the ‘Criminal IP’ product line in key markets such as Egypt, Libya, and Iraq. Plans are underway to extend distribution to neighboring countries including Saudi Arabia and the UAE, leveraging Devcons’ established presence and expertise in the region.


AI SPERA intends to capitalize on its strengthened network and influence within the Middle East. The collaboration is expected to reinforce ‘Criminal IP’s’ position in the Middle Eastern security sector, enhancing AI SPERA’s global presence and driving revenue growth. The company is actively pursuing new business partnerships not only in the Middle East but also in key markets such as the United States, Japan, and Singapore.

This strategic move underscores AI SPERA’s commitment to expanding its cybersecurity solutions globally, catering to diverse client needs, and solidifying its position as a leader in the CTI industry.


AI SPERA, a leader in Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) solutions, significantly expanded its reach by launching its flagship solution, Criminal IP, in 2023.

Since then, the company has formed technical and business collaborations with over 40 renowned global security firms, including Hybrid Analysis, VirusTotal, Cisco, Tenable, Sumo Logic, and Quad9.

In addition to the CTI search engine, the company offers Criminal IP ASM, a SaaS-based Attack Surface Management Solution on AWS Marketplace and Azure Marketplace, and Criminal IP FDS, an AI-based Anomaly Detection Solution for credential stuffing prevention and fraud detection.

Available in five languages (English, French, Arabic, Korean, and Japanese), Criminal IP provides a powerful service for users worldwide.


Michael Sena
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Kaaviya is a Security Editor and fellow reporter with Cyber Security News. She is covering various cyber security incidents happening in the Cyber Space.