Internet Access for German Government (IVBB)
Data zips quickly and securely to and fro between all top-level German federal agencies along the government's Bonn-Berlin information network, the IVBB. Gateways between this and the public Internet are subject to demanding performance and security requirements. These needs are met using firewall clusters.
Ansbach Regional Authority uses Firewall from genua
The two conflicting requirements - high IT security and convenient networking - have been met by the Ansbach District Office by using the High Resistance Firewall genugate, a two-stage system, on its own Internet connection.
German Armed Services: Infrastructure for the Communication of Restricted Data
The IT strategy of the German armed services calls for the digitization of operations. At the same time, demands on IT security and usability for modern and attractive IT workplaces are increasing. Furthermore, more and more logistical and administrative tasks are being supported and represented using IT and apps.
Remote Maintenance for Critical Infrastructure: Made Possible through Security
Remote maintenance for critical infrastructure? A sensitive matter. The IT systems of the German Pension Insurance Association process medical and social data and are classified as critical infrastructure. The German Pension Insurance Association shows how remote maintenance that needs to satisfy the highest security requirements can be achieved.
CompuGroup Medical Germany: A Highly Secure VPN Access Service for the Entire Healthcare Sector
The construction of the telematics infrastructure is considered to be the largest IT project in the healthcare sector. It networks doctors, pharmacies, hospitals and health insurance funds and enables access to the health data of 70 million people in Germany covered by the statutory health insurance.