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Cyber Range: How to train experts defending critical infrastructure?
In this clip by the Estonian Research Council, we several other partners talk about something we've loved to work on: designing and building a Cyber Range for experts to use as a training site, when flexing their cyber defence muscles. The objective is to improve the capabilities of Critical Infrastructure Providers to protect the society against potential threats arising with the use of emerging technologies, such as the Internet of Things and next-generation mobile connectivity technologies. We're so proud to have contributed to this! A simulated Physical Village was created that comprised multiple Critical Infrastructure applications that make use of [...]
Thinnect on tech radio programme “Restart”: Is there a virus in the cafe?
Henrik Roonemaa and Taavi Kotka, the hosts of radio Kuku [...]
Tallinnovation competition brings smart city solutions to urban space
We're making the streets of Tallinn smarter! Thinnect is proud [...]
Nokia builds 5G standalone network extension for Estonian Cyber Range
Group of companies led by University of Tartu to extend [...]
Thinnect joins Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program with best-in-class wireless mesh IoT solutions
Thinnect, a leading IoT Solution Provider of Smart City and [...]
New partnership with CybExer leads to safer smart city solutions
We are happy to announce a partnership with cybersecurity company [...]
Thinnect deploys indoor air quality sensors to schools with USRealEstate
Thinnect and USRealEstate have partnered together to help schools re-open [...]