Helge Kreutzmann received a PhD in physics before joining the Federal Office for Information Security in 2005. He started working on accrediting laboratories for the German product certification schemes as well as setting up the auditor certification for IT-Grundschutz. He was involved in several certification and accreditation requirement specifications on the national level. Since 2019 he is in charge of setting up the German fixed-time certification scheme (also known as “lightweight” scheme) BSZ (“Accelerated Security Certification”).
Helge is and has been working in numerous national, European and International standardisation organisations like DIN, DKE, CEN/CENELC JTC 13 WG3 and ISO/IEC JTC1 WG1, 3 and 5, and has lead numerous projects as editor to publication. Currently he is leading (amongst others) the work on FIT CEM, an evaluation methodology for fixed time cybersecurity evaluation. He was also involved in the development of drafts for several candidate schemes for the European Cybersecurity Act (CSA).