Cybersecurity Competence Centre Signs Cooperation Agreement with Estonian Government

The newly established Estonian Information Security Association, a cybersecurity competence centre bringing together academia and private sector, signed a cooperation agreement last week with the Estonian Ministry of Defence and Estonian Information Systems Authority. The joint effort brings together government, Estonia-based cyber security companies and research institutions to formalize existing ties and enhance R&D activities across sectors. Founding members feature leading Estonian cybersecurity companies (BHC Laboratory, Clarified Security, Cybernetica, Guardtime) and esteemed academic institutions, including Tallinn University of Technology. The joining process of Tartu University is ongoing.