Capgemini-led consortium to help vital EU sectors set up cyber security analysis centres

Thursday 27 February 2020 | 16:47 CET | News
A consortium led by Capgemini Invent has won a contract to help set up and develop Information Sharing and Analysis Centers, or ISACS, in order to address the cyber security challenges faced by different critical infrastructures across the European Union. Consortium participants include Capgemini Invent, Intrasoft, DFN Cert, Spark Legal Network and Dutch research institute TNO, with the support of the Dutch National Cyber Security Center.

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Categories: General
Companies: Capgemini
Countries: Europe
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