Cybersecurity Innovation Center pilot project to launch on May 13

Newsroom 11/05/2015 | 14:43

The pilot project for the Cybersecurity Innovation Center will be launched on Wednesday, May 13, in Bucharest, on the special occasion of the Regional Cyber Security Summit, as announced by Sorin Grindeanu, Romanian minister for Information Society.  

Last summer, the Romanian Ministry of Communications announced in a special press release that an Innovation Center in Cybernetic Security will be set up in Romania, with the contribution of the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) and General Dynamics Fydelis.

American company General Dynamics was commissioned to make a feasibility study for setting up the center. 

The goal of the study was to identify the most suitable architecture for an innovation center in cybernetic security in Romania, taking into account all the actors interested in setting up the center, from public institutions to private entities.

The project was to be financed entirely by the American partners, with USD 400,000 being offered by General Dynamics Fydelis and USD 400,000 by the USTDA.

At that time, Razvan Cotovelea, former minister for Information Society, said Romania was elected from several other countries and that the center will have high regional importance.

Otilia Haraga

 

 

 



La acel moment, ministrul Razvan Cotovelea a declarat ca Romania a fost aleasa dintre alte tari si centrul va fi unul de importanta regionala si ca finantarea de 800.000 de dolari va viza realizarea unui studiu de fezabilitate privind infiintarea unui Centru de inovare in domeniul securitatii cibernetice in Bucuresti, studiu realizat de firma americana General Dynamics. Ministrul a spus ca Romania a fost aleasa dintre alte tari si centrul va fi unul de importanta regionala. 

 

The project will be financed entirely by the American partners, with USD 400,000 being offered by General Dynamics Fydelis and USD 400,000 by the USTDA.

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