Cybernetica Proposes Privacy-Preserving Decentralised Architecture for COVID-19 Mobile Application for Estonia

Cybernetica proposed privacy-preserving decentralised COVID-19 mobile application for Estonia and is supervising the consortium on the secure implementation and developing of the mobile application to tackle the spread of COVID-19 in Estonia. The consortium is led by the Ministry of Social Affairs and in addition to Cybernetica includes Bytelogics, Fujitsu Estonia, Guardtime, Icefire, Iglu, Mobi Lab, Mooncascade, and Velvet.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States to Use Secure Data Exchange Platform Built by Center for Medical Interoperability and Cybernetica

The Center for Medical Interoperability (C4MI), supported by Cybernetica, has entered an agreement to develop a monitoring and surveillance system for personal protective equipment (PPE) with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the public health agency of the United States of America. The project is conducted as a public-private partnership called TOGETHER (Trust infrOmation exchanGe to achiEve healTH rEsource Readiness). TOGETHER for PPE Readiness allows for trusted data exchange between entities by utilising Cybernetica UXP technology in order to improve the ecosystem’s ability to manage PPE inventory (masks, gloves, gowns, and other protective equipment).