secunet at CeBIT

[Essen, 17 March 2015] Data security was a key topic at this year’s CeBIT. In the first few days of the event, secunet’s stand once again attracted a number of high-ranking visitors.
Hannelore Kraft Secunet
Thomas de Maiziere Secunet
Brigitte Zypries Secunet

North-Rhine Westphalia's prime minister, Hannelore Kraft, congratulated the Essen-based company on a successful end to 2014 and expressed her pride that NRW's highly secure cryptographic solutions are competitive both at home and abroad. The IT security specialist's EasyPASS automated border control solution is used at the Düsseldorf and Cologne airports.

German Minister of the Interior Dr Thomas de Maizière talked to secunet CEO Dr Rainer Baumgart about the new hardware versions of the highly secure SINA Tablet S - which has been approved by the German Federal Office for Information Security. The tablet was added to the company's trusted SINA range last year and is the only approved, ultra-mobile tablet workstation that guarantees information security in government networks.

State secretary Brigitte Zypries (German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology) is committed to promoting Germany as a global technology hub and visited secunet's stand to get up to speed with the latest in IT security, such as protecting critical infrastructures. The state secretary also chatted to secunet about how mid-sized businesses can implement better IT security, e.g. through the early detection of attacks on their networks.