Invitel, NKI sign agreement on internet security
Hungarian telco Invitel and Hungary’s National Cyber Security Center (NKI) have signed a cooperation agreement under which the two parties commit to work together on internet security in the country, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal yesterday.
The agreement, which was signed by Invitel CEO David Blunck and NKI director Dr. Balázs Bencsik, primarily focuses on Invitel’s Invitech Solutions branch, offering solutions for elevated IT security and rising awareness of business and private entities of IT security.
Given that almost everybody is connected to the world wide web nowadays, “attention has been driven to IT security, which has an elevated significance in the work of Invitel and Invitech Solutions”, says Blunck. “We are taking a further step and are tightening our cooperation with a state organization created for increasing IT security,” Blunck added.
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