Michael Kirsch to join the Executive Board of ISEGRIM X AG!

Michael Kirsch is new member of the Executive Board of ISEGRIM X

New member for our Executive Board

We are pleased to announce Michael Kirsch as a new member of the ISEGRIM X® Executive Board. His main responsibilities include…

Michael Kirsch was BMW’s webmaster back when Netflix was still sending DVDs by post. He was at the forefront of shaping digitalization… 

As a senior manager at KPMG as well as a project manager at Novartis, he discovered the world of standards. Starting with the IT Security Act (KRITIS), the Protection Act of the Federal Office for Information Security and ISO 27001, he successfully built up two consulting departments for information security and data protection. In addition, he was one of the first to take on the topic of TISAX® for SMEs.

Today he is, among other things, a specialist for information security and TISAX® at the TÜV-Süd Academy and also a cyber security expert at the EU Commission.

A few words from the new board duo

The new ISEGRIM X® board duo is looking forward to a successful and productive cooperation.

Alexander Fürst und Michael Kirsch als Vorstands-Duo

“We consider ourselves fortunate to have such an accomplished partner at our side,” says Alexander Fürst.

“As a member of the ISEGRIM X AG Executive Board, I am particularly looking forward to helping shape our products and services in order to optimally align them with customer needs,” says Michael Kirsch.

Creating Information Security & Digital Trust!

Our IX Solutions

We offer cross-industry solutions in the areas of information security, cyber security, backup and data protection. 

With our software-supported NORM X solution, we put SMEs on the fast track to the TISAX® Assessment, to their own ISO 27001 certified ISMS or to the B3S Information Security Standard. During the process, an ISEGRIM X Information Security Officer (IX ISO) from our company is also at your side to support you on your way.

We do not only consult, but we go for action! Does this sound interesting?