Cisco’s Cybersecurity Co-Innovation Centre In Milan Will Focus on IoT, 5G

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  • The centre will also support threat intelligence research and security incident response capabilities
  • Cisco has six co-innovation centres in Europe

The recently opened Cybersecurity Co-Innovation Centre of Cisco in Europe will focus on IoT technologies, complex supply chains, smart grids and 5G and public digital services with embedded security. This centre is located at the Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum in Milan.

The centre will also support threat intelligence research and security incident response capabilities. It will offer workshops for the development of innovative solutions. These solutions will focus on cybersecurity and privacy and provide space for developers and researchers to use.

Research, innovation and build capacity

Pastora Valero, vice president of government affairs EMEAR, Cisco said that the company’s first cybersecurity co-innovation centre in Europe will help in more research, innovation and build capacity to create solutions for important societal security challenges. These include security, resiliency and privacy of critical infrastructure.

Six co-innovation centres in Europe

The innovation centre in Milan forms a part of Cisco’s ongoing investment in cybersecurity. It has six co-innovation centres in Europe. The company said that its Co-Innovation Centres globally are hubs for open innovation. It brings together communities of customers, partners, start-ups, accelerators, governments, universities and research communities claimed Cisco.

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