Materna Radar Cyber Security thus offers the complete cyber security portfolio of consulting, services and products directly from a single source.

The IT group Materna anticipates the increasing importance of cyber security for companies and public authorities. With its holistic portfolio of comprehensive consulting services and SOC services and solutions operated from the heart of Europe, the new Materna Radar Cyber Security brand positions itself as a focused full-service provider. The portfolio is supplemented with additional security products from the group of companies. Following the acquisition of Radar Cyber Security last year, the Materna Group is thus further expanding its position as a top brand for cyber security in the DACH region.

“In the Materna Group portfolio, cyber security stands for a holistic approach to the market, which we are driving with great commitment,” says Materna CEO Martin Wibbe. “By bundling competencies and intensifying cross-group exchange, our customers benefit from the expertise of the entire Materna Group, which now has more than 3,800 employees at over 40 locations.”

Facing cyber threats with experience and the cutting-edge technologies

Geopolitical conflicts are increasing the threat level for companies and public authorities. They need to protect their data in particular and keep an eye on their entire IT infrastructure in order to identify potential vulnerabilities early on and fend off intruders as quickly as possible in the event of an emergency. “Obtaining such an all-encompassing overview and ensuring an appropriate response requires a combination of innovative technology, suitable processes and a powerful team in which different areas of expertise are bundled,” explains Uwe Scariot, the Materna Group board member responsible for cyber security. “Materna Radar Cyber Security offers all of this. With over 40 years of experience in the field of digitalization, technologies developed in-house and selected products, we create scalable solutions for our customers from industry and government for their individual challenges.”

Offering includes 4 cyber resilience focus areas

The new brand focuses on strengthening the cyber resilience of modern organizations, i.e., the ability of companies and government agencies to prevent, withstand and recover from cybersecurity incidents. To this end, Materna Radar Cyber Security bases its portfolio on four pillars: Cyber Security Consulting provides targeted advice, including identification of security risks and their assessment. Cyber Security Integration accompanies organizations in the implementation of their individual cloud security solution. The third pillar, SOC Services, is based on the Security Operations Center (SOC), the core element of Materna Radar Cyber Security’s service offering. Based on a combination of technologies developed in-house and by leaders in security detection and protection, it offers, among other things, SOC-as-a-Service – operated in accordance with current standards, individually tailored in service to the needs of customers. Operation takes place wherever it suits the customer best, in the cloud, on-premises or hybrid. Cyber security products round off the portfolio for a holistic view of infrastructure and data security. The products include “Build your own SOC” – the establishment of a company’s own Security Operations Center as a complete package with technology, processes and expertise. Special applications, such as for securing ultra-mobile communications, round off the portfolio.

Leadership of Materna Radar Cyber Security

Philipp Kleinmanns takes over the holistic responsibility for the further development of the cyber security offering of the Materna Group. In Materna Radar Cyber Security, he is responsible for the Cyber Security Consulting division, which focuses on major customers with individual requirements and specializes in project business. “I am very pleased to be able to play a significant role in shaping the focus field of cyber security, which is important for the market and for Materna,” says Philipp Kleinmanns. “The primary goal is to continuously expand our cyber security consulting services for our customers.

The SOC services unit at Materna Radar Cyber Security is led by Dr. Christian Polster. “The SOC should be at the heart of every company’s security and the core of all services. We will continue to significantly strengthen the topic, expand SOC technologies for the requirements of the coming years, integrate processes and regulatory requirements of customers due to new EU regulations, and emphasize scalability in SOC-as-a-Service as the primary goal. We will primarily address large enterprises, medium-sized companies and public authorities in the DACH region here,” explains Christian Polster. “In order to be able to quickly implement customer projects here, we are bundling all services related to our own SOC solutions in one area.”

First brand appearance at it-sa 2023 in Nuremberg

At it-sa 2023 in Nuremberg, Europe’s leading trade fair for IT security, Materna Radar Cyber Security will present its portfolio to a large audience for the first time from October 10 to 12. The complete cyber security offering of the Materna Group can be experienced at booth 516 in hall 7A. More information: it-sa 2023.

In addition, an event series is planned for November taking place in Germany and Austria, where Materna Group experts will present the core elements of the portfolio. More information on the roadshow stops and content of the Executive Cyber Security Day (XCS Day) and the portfolio of the new brand can be found on the website.

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Martin Wibbe, CEO of Materna-Group
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Dr. Christian Polster, Managing Director of Materna Radar Cyber Security Austria and Germany
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Philipp Kleinmanns, Vice President XMS and Cyber Security at Materna SE
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