carmasec is a boutique advisory and consulting company founded 2018 in Germany. We provide thought leadership and guidance in the field of
We are focussed on providing solutions and services in the field of security automation, agile security methods and DevSecOps. As a trusted advisor we provide professional guidance and thought leadership in the field of governance, risk management and compliance for information technology, information security management, cybersecurity and data privacy protection to our national and international clients.
As subject matter experts within the named competence areas, our professional team has over 30 year of knowledge and managed over 100 projects. We provided our expertise and knowledge to several large and medium sized enterprises in Europe within the branches telecommunication, logistics, financial services, healthcare and more.
We’re your partner for securing your digital transformation, protecting your IT infrastructure against cyber attacks, managing your secure transition to cloud services, covering regulatory risks (e.g. GDPR) and providing guidance in the field of protecting data privacy and keeping compliance in smart data analytics.
We provide professional advisory & consulting services to our clients, e.g. in these topics.
Thought leadership on managing infosec and implementing best practises.
Adapting security management to the agile software development lifecycle (Secure SDLC).
Holistic concept to increase the ability to act, resilience and restore.
Advisory and consultancy on GRC processes and adjusting them to our customers needs.
Seemless integration of security tests into the DevOps toolchain and supporting CI/CD processes.
Professional assistance to keep your business running even in cases of cybersecurity incidents.
Helping our customers to keep compliant to data protection regulations (e.g. GDPR).
Automating security management and auditing to keep up with current agile development processes.
Providing latest knowledge on attack methods and defining counter-measures.
There are only two types of companies: those, that have been hacked, and those, that don’t know they have been hacked.