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Cybernetica to pilot UXP in the Greenland data exchange framework Pitu

Cybernetica signed agreement with Greenlandic Agency for Digitisation to deploy Unified eXchange Platform technology for the secure data exchange framework Pitu as part of the National Digitisation Strategy. During the pilot phase, UXP will enable secure data exchange between the first organisations that have joined the initiative.

Cybernetica to research cryptoeconomy development opportunities in Estonia

Cybernetica wins bid to publish a research report on the opportunities for the development of cryptoeconomy in Estonia, as procured by the Ministry of Defence. The purpose of the report is to identify opportunities for the Estonian economy in the field of cryptography and to provide a set of specific suggestions to enable the development of the sector at the national level.

Cybernetica pilots secure identity management tool NGTS with Eltes in Japan

Cybernetica and ELTES piloted the NGTS (Next Generation Ticketing System) secure identity management platform, powered by Cybernetica SplitKey technology, at the Newmedia Risk Association fintech forum in Tokyo last Friday. The purpose of the pilot was to allow testing of both the technology implementation and the customer experience in a live environment.

X-Road version now available in Azure Marketplace through Cybernetica

Cybernetica recently made its enterprise grade Unified eXchange Platform® (core technology for the Estonian X-Road) available on Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace in the Security + Identity category. „Microsoft has partnered with Cybernetica to bring this previously on premises technology to the cloud to take advantage of greater security and hyperscale computing“ says Dejan Cvetkovic, Microsoft’s Global Technology Officer for Public Sector.

Cybernetica partners with European Defence Agency for the first ever military research programme for next-generation naval surveillance system

European Defence Agency (EDA) and Leonardo signed grant agreement today for OCEAN2020, the first ever cross-European military research program, in consortium with Cybernetica in order to boost European defence capability with next-generation naval surveillance technology. The program adjoins partners from 15 countries and is set to last for two years with the first operational demonstration taking place in 2019 in the Mediterranean Sea.