Your Security is our Mission.
Infodas in a Nutshell.
Independent family-owned business founded in 1974 in Cologne
Industry focus on Cybersecurity in the public sector and critical infrastructure
Offices in Cologne, Berlin, Bonn, Munich, Hamburg
Cybersecurity products & consulting
- Cybersecurity Consulting
- Data and IP Protection
- IT Consulting
- Cross Domain Solutions
- Patchmanagement of isolated networks
- ISMS GRC Software
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2023 - a good year for secure digitization in Germany and a great start to the year for infodas07.02.2023
At the beginning of the year, infodas, partly teaming with partners, has been awarded three large framework contracts. infodas has been supporting enterprises, the military and public authorities in the design and implementation of comprehensive approaches to cyber and information security as well as the protection of IT infrastructures for almost 50 years.
secuvera GmbH has again received the framework contract for IT security concepts of ITDZ Berlin - Additional service providers are infodas and their partner secunet17.01.2023
The framework agreement for IT security concepts of the ITDZ Berlin goes to the partnership of the companies secuvera, infodas and secunet. The three companies thus bundle their comprehensive consulting expertise in the areas of IT security, Cybersecurity and security concept development according to IT-Grundschutz of the BSI.
Renewal of the Network and Information Security Directive: Implications for public and private entities09.01.2023
The Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive established in 2016 (EU 2016/1148) defined for the first time so called “critical economical activities”. These covered essential activities for basic services and basic life needs such as electricity, gas, transport, etc. With the outbreak of the COVID-crisis and the related increased number of cyberattacks, the limits of the NIS Directive were revealed, pushing the European Union (EU) to strengthen its cybersecurity legislative package and renew its Directive.
Cross Domain Technical Forum (CDTF)
Bereiche: Events, Exhibition
Laurel, MD , United States
Datum: 27.06.2023 – 29.06.2023
London, United Kingdom
Datum: 12.09.2023 – 15.09.2023
What is STANAG?16.01.2023
NATO Standardization Agreement (STANAG) is a set of standards and procedures that are used by the member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to ensure interoperability and compatibility among their military forces. The purpose of STANAG is to facilitate cooperation and coordination among NATO member countries, especially in times of crisis or conflict. […]Learn more
Air Gapping and Cross Domain Solutions in a Nutshell13.12.2022
An air gap, also known as a “separation gap,” is a security measure used to physically isolate a computer or networks with different security requirements amongst each other. Air gaps are still widely used in today’s high security domains, mainly because of their alleged high security and they are implemented mainly through the use of […]Learn more
Cyberthreats to the Shipping Industry and how to mitigate them02.12.2022
When thinking about cybersecurity or cyberthreats, most people will have in mind server rooms full of blinking lights, SOCs where network operations are monitored by cyber teams or evil hackers wearing a black sweater trying to break into some kind of hi-tech datacenter. Nobody would ever think about one of the thousands of bulky, low-tech […]Learn more