Cisco Opens Cyber Security Innovation Unit in Milan


Cisco has opened it’s first-ever cybersecurity Co-Innovation Center in Milan. The new center will focus on cybersecurity, privacy, supply chains, IoT technologies, and critical country infrastructures like utilities, smart grids, and 5G. Located at the Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum, the center will support threat intelligence research and security incident response capabilities. 

It will provide workshops for the development of innovative solutions focused on cybersecurity and privacy, as well as space for developers and researchers to use. The center will also be a venue for further studies and skills enhancements for security professionals. It will be funded through investments out of Cisco’s Country Digital Acceleration (CDA) program.


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