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
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Boeing selects infodas´ SDoT Cross Domain Solutions27.11.2023
infodas was selected by Boeing to support the comprehensive modernization of NATO's Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS).
Celebrating the Invictus Games and Supporting our Soldiers: A Shared Commitment12.09.2023
We are thrilled that the 6th Invictus Games are being hosted in Germany for the first time in 2023. The event, a joint effort by the German Federal Armed Forces (Bundeswehr) and the City of Düsseldorf, stands as a beacon of hope and recognition for soldiers who have faced physical and emotional challenges in the line of duty.
infodas wins contract for European Naval Program19.07.2023
The Naval Group awards infodas a contract to deliver Cross Domain Solutions for a prestigious European Naval Program.
How Cross Domain Solutions can support OSINT activities25.04.2023
OSINT OPERATIONS and CROSS DOMAIN SOLUTIONS (CDS): How CDS can help OSINT activities and overcome technological challenges OSINT or Open-source intelligence relates to the gathering of data through public sources which are processed, analyzed, and disseminated, so that this data becomes valued information/ intelligence. The data can be collected from various but only publicly available […]Learn more
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