Born to explore new modes of protection for high level cybersecurity, Sababa Security has found HWG as the ideal companion to make its way abroad. It also extends its network of partners in Italy, offering its own customizable SOC.
Emerging in a crucial and offer-rich sector such as IT security is not an easy undertaking. Being able to explain the potential of a product beyond marketing and channel strategy is a rare ability that few have managed and Sababa Security stands out among them.
The good news is that it is an excellent example of pure Italian history, that has already made its way internationally. “My idea was a company able to deal with very specific issues, made up of internal people supported by a team of consultants, all very specialized. – explains Alessio Aceti, CEO of Sababa Security – The starting point was a series of very mature vertical solutions, but still little known in Italy”.
Sababa Security did not delay in making itself known and appreciated. Raising the level from confrontation to the ability to provide very specific high-level solutions has been the main challenge since the first steps. Although strong in skills acquired for years in one of the protagonists of the cybersecurity sector, thinking of making his way alone would soon have taken the form of suicide. “Nobody goes looking for the single element of a security infrastructure. – reflects Aceti – So we needed first of all an important partner to integrate on the operational front”.
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Thanks to an experience shared in the recent past, the search did not last long. “We were born in 2008 to provide security services to medium and large enterprises – intervenes Enrico Orlandi, CEO of HWG – We immediately started working alongside the large TLC operators, thanks to which we were able to bring our advanced services to several important names in the world of finance, automotive, travel and even aerospace”.
Precisely the desire to always present itself with innovative services has led HWG to approach Sababa Security. In practice, the ideal partner for the unprecedented role of scout in the world of IT security. In the context of a SOC scenario increasingly requested by companies and increasingly directed towards a standard offer, being able to count on a distinctive factor has proved to be crucial, also to pursue the goal of constant verticalization.
“A SOC is in fact an intelligence structure through which we take care of a client’s critical system, from which data must not come out or be blocked – underlines Orlandi – Sababa Security allows us to add new and sophisticated tools to correlate information and understand where the problem or threat arises first”.
This is how Sababa 360 is born – a combined, reliable and at the same time innovative offer aimed primarily at the Italian market. “We started with the most common use cases in SOCs, triggers, accidents and ALS – continues Aceti – We put them in a package and offer them in MSP mode to our partners, to whom we entrust market coverage”.
Together with the reference distributor Questar, Sababa Security has developed a network of partners ready to develop services built around its resources, with a flexibility capable of reaching different markets. It starts, in fact, from the tenders called by large companies, public and private, to complete existing infrastructures with a security component up to the situation.
These are flanked by the medium and small business market, where the vendor partners are able to integrate Sababa Security technologies into their offer, under their own brands and layouts.
Sababa Security’s combined strategy with HWG did not hesitate to produce important results. Our skills and abilities soon crossed national borders. “We are already present in all the most important markets. – concludes Aceti – Furthermore, we recently opened a presence in Dubai, thanks to the partnership with a local distributor, to follow an important project in the IoT sector, a very promising sector in the security sector. Finally, we are defining the final details for the agreement with a distributor in Poland”.
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