Russia to help Telangana state in cyber security space
The Cyber Security Centre of Excellence (CSCE) on Friday entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with IIAAT (International Institute for...
Hyderabad: The Cyber Security Centre of Excellence (CSCE) on Friday entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with IIAAT (International Institute for Advanced Aerospace Technologies), Ministry of Science and Education, Government of The Russian Federation.
The MoU was signed by Dr Sriram Birudavolu, CEO of CSCE, and Sukrit Sharan, Board Member of IIAAT Holding JSC, in the presence of Anjani Kumar, Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad, Rama Devi Lanka, Director, Emerging Technologies and Officer on Special Duty (Government of Telangana), and Elena K Anatolevno, Project Coordinator, IIAAT Holding JSC.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Sriram Birudavolu, said, "We are extremely glad to collaborate with IIAAT which is part of Skolkovo Foundation's industrial cluster to run innovative research programmes on technology and build superior solutions for cyber security. This is a great opportunity to collaborate with the various start-ups and companies based out of Russia and India and work together to build secure cyberspace that will contribute to the progress of both countries".
IIAAT (International Institute for Advanced Aerospace Technologies) was established under the structure of Ministry of Science & Education, Govt. of The Russian Federation, as a premier Research & Development organization and has now become part of Skolkovo Foundation's Industrial Cluster. "SKOLKOVO" is considered amongst the most ambitious innovation focused initiatives in Russia having been implemented in PPP mode under capital investment of $2 Billion.