Integrated approach delivers easy, efficient, reliable, and secure cyber protection for all data, applications, and systems 24/7

Enhance your data protection while maintaining compliance with industry and regulatory standards such as GDPR and leverage it 24/7.

Protect and recover your devices, applications, and data from any event on any machine quickly and effectively 24/7 .

Get back to business in a matter of minutes in the event of a disaster by switching the production workloads to the cloud data center effectively 24/7

Shift from CapEx to OpEx and access Gartner’s latest up-to-date cybersecurity hardware and leverage our 24/7 SOC services.


Welcome to Diamatix!


Managing the costs of cyber protection and finding ultimately the return on investment splits down to three key areas: CapEx, OpEx, and Human Capital. Diamatix takes a unified approach that closes those gaps, supplying enterprise-grade network security solutions with superior resilience and shifting from CapEx to OpEx model to help your company become more agile.

  • Continue raising cybersecurity posture
  • Reduce personnel and training expenses
  • Optimize your budgets by converting CapEx to OpEx

  • Access to enterprise-grade cybersecurity solutions
  • Facilitate compliance with regulations and standards


A fully integrated vulnerability prevention center

Detect, Response, and Recover delivers everything your organization needs to identify and respond to any Cybersecurity threat with our 24/7/365 SOC.

Continuous Behavioral Monitoring

This allows our SOC to put equal weight on preventive and proactive steps when all behaviour anomalies are reported immediately.

Keeping Activity Logs

Allows SOC team members to backtrack or classify past activities that could have resulted in a violation. All events around the company should be logged in the SOC.

Incident Recovery

Allows an organization to retrieve data lost and return back to business ASAP. This involves the reconfiguration, modification, or backup of systems.

Security Reports

Provides comprehensive reports of security events and accidents, along with return on investment statistics. Meets the main specifications for compliance criteria.

How It Works

Become Totaly Cyber Resilient In 4 Easy Steps

Cyber resilience combines elements of cybersecurity and business continuity management, enabling your organisation to be protected against security incidents and respond quickly when they are breached.

Manage and Protect

The first phase of a cyber resilience program involves identifying, assessing, and managing risks associated with your network and information systems.

Identify and Detect

The second stage encompasses the actions you take to identify vulnerabilities across your networks and information systems.

Respond and Recover

The third stage focuses on your business continuity measures and incident response management programme.

Govern and Assure

The final stage is to ensure that the measures you’ve implemented are in line with your legal and regulatory requirements, including the GDPR

Our Numbers Are Talking

We Care About Our Customers Satisfication

Our customers don’t expect from us to be perfect. They DO expect from us to fix things when they go wrong.

Endpoint Protected
Threats Recovered
TB In Secure Cloud Storage
Cloud Storage Locations

Important questions

Frequently Questions

Managed security services FAQs

Strategically, cybersecurity should focus on protecting the identity, the device, and the data, and how to protect, detect, and respond to the inevitable breach.  It’s not about the four walls of the organization and its data center security.  Considering the mobility and extensibility of the user and the organization, a strategy that protects the user accounts and their devices are key, with a shift toward protecting what ultimately really matters, the organization’s data. 

Cybersecurity Ventures expects global cybercrime costs to grow by 15 percent per year over the next five years, reaching $10.5 trillion USD annually by 2025, up from $3 trillion USD in 2015. This represents the greatest transfer of economic wealth in history, risks the incentives for innovation and investment, is exponentially larger than the damage inflicted from natural disasters in a year, and will be more profitable than the global trade of all major illegal drugs combined.

The idea of moving from a capital expenditure (CapEx) model to an operating expenses (OpEx) model is not new. “X”-as-a-Service has been around for years. No longer is there a need for data centers on-site, massive computing power sitting idle that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars in installation costs alone. Now, it’s just a simple keystroke to power up and have access to the computing power needed, and you’ll pay for what’s used, when it’s used.The same pay-as-you-go model is also used with IT security. Most managed security service providers (MSSPs) bill monthly, all while maintaining the security of your environment, thus reserving your capital for investments to work on your business, rather than on security. Diamatix is a value-added service provider – we are responsible for the costs of the hardware, software, implementation, and support. We can replace most of your cybersecurity CapEx spending with an OpEx model.

No matter how small your business or what industry you’re in, you likely have a treasure trove of information on your system.  It might not be in the form of customer credit card information, but no matter what it is, hackers can find a way to make money off stealing it.  Not only that, but they also find value in infecting your PC and utilizing it as a spambot to collect information and spread threats. The bottom line is, no matter how small your business is, you are still at risk for a cyber attack and that attack could easily take your business down (or at the very least cause you a lot of lost sleep).  When you compare this against the relatively low cost and ease of working with a cyber security professional (or at least using some effective security software), it really makes no sense to NOT have protection in place.

It is crucial to have a framework to serve as a guide when formulating security policies and developing a security program. When it comes to cybersecurity, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. There are plenty of great frameworks out there, with various families of standards depending on your firm’s needs. Some include:

  • The ISO/SEC 27000 family for managing information security
  • The NIST framework to help improve critical infrastructure
  • The COBIT framework to govern and control IT infrastructure

With frameworks, you get a guide that will help you implement the processes critical to your firm. These frameworks also facilitate compliance with industry standards and regulations.

When it comes to threat detection, understanding is that there is not a single tool made for this ability is crucial. While there doesn’t exist such a thing as 100% protection, you need a collection of systems that integrate and interact with each other to give you the best chance of intercepting a threat. It is important that you and the team have the capability to aggregate information from multiple systems and analyze them to get a better understanding. Often, a data breach may lead to downtime, which could paralyze the operations of the organization. Part of your preparedness entails having a solid plan for both business continuity and data recovery. Such a plan can then be put in motion smoothly if a breach occurs. Two essential parameters that define business continuity and disaster recovery are the Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO).

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Our team

Diamatix team members cover a wide range of complementary skills. The executive members have a strong background in business administration and ICT technologies. The company is also working with a team of collaborators, covering a number of advisory tasks from marketing to software engineering.

Sezen Anefi
Sezen AnefiCEO, Co-Founder
Has an MBA from University of Cumbria and more than 19 years of experience in the field of IT & Telco business, delivering large and complex ICT international projects in more than 10 countries including Greece, UK, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE and Russian Federation.
Dimitar Dimitrov
Dimitar DimitrovCOO
Has BA in Applied Computer Science and an MBA with emphasis in MIS from Northwest Missouri State University. He has more than 10 years of combined experience in the field of both software development and management, working for various US companies and abroad.
Ahmet Gheith
Ahmet GheithCTO, Co-Founder
Has a master’s in Biometric Identification Methods and a Degree in Artificial Intelligence from Columbia University. He has more than 10 years of experience in the ICT field, developing challenging projects in the Middle East and Europe. Has been awarded from various global organizations including, Intel, Microsoft and etc.

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