London, 5 August 2015 – Sedicii, (IPACSO Member and a 2014 winner of IPACSO European Cyber Security & Privacy Innovation Award) headquartered in Waterford, Ireland, whose patented “Zero Knowledge Proof Protocol” technology, developed at the National University of Ireland, Galway, is designed to protect both consumers’ and corporates’ sensitive personal data, has today been recognised as a ‘Technology Pioneer 2015’ by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Read more: IPACSO Champion Sedicii Awarded ‘Technology Pioneer 2015’ by World Economic Forum
EuraTechnologies & IPACSO will start working together and support innovative cyber security companies in France to reach their full potential. EuraTechnologies’ cyber security community will have access to valuable market information, decision support models, and training materials, resulting from 2 years of research and activities by the IPACSO Consortium.
EuraTechnologies’ will bring yet another valuable and strategic IPACSO - partner, an incubator that has been designed to promote the creation, development and support of new businesses in the ICT sector. It also works with early stage companies that undertake new ICT projects. EuraTechnologies is a founding member of the CN&CS cyber - security cluster France.
Together, the 2 entities together will help increase the innovation capacity of European ICT - Security companies, connect innovators with potential partners, clients, researchers and investors, and create visibility and credibility for cyber security & privacy innovations ‘Made in Europe’
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