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Solution for ICT Industry Maturity in Eastern Europe

European Software Institute - Center Eastern Europe 

  • Web security
  • Cloud security (AWS, OpenStack)
  • Secure DevOps (SecDevOps)

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In 2013 ESI CEE created the CyResLab in order to increase competitiveness of digital enterprises and the resilience of digital ecosystems by making available various resources and services, designed to aid IT, software and information security improvement.

  • Strategic thinking
  • Process and Project Management
  • Capability Maturity Model Integration

 

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We team up with your organisation to design customized roadmaps for strategic alignment and  process improvement in: software development and ICT companies, high-tech enabled manufacturing and telecommuications, banks and insurance organizations, defense and security sector, pubic administration.

  • Business results-oriented agile transformation
  • Smooth workflow
  • Kanban method or/and Scrum framework

 

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We are transfrming organizations to agile way of working in order to achive concrete business objctives. ESI SEE is coaching teams to achive high performance using Kanban method and/or Scrum framework. 

  • Cybersecurity research
  • New methods in education
  • Social inclusion

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We develop research projects in partnership with leading research organizations in Europe and USA in the fields of information security, EU eCompetence Framework, and Educational robotics. The results of the projects are being used by both industry and education.

 

Who are we?

Foundation European Software Institute - Center Eastern Europe (ESI CEE) is a not-for-profit organization focused on applied research and services in the benefit of the ICT industry. We are eager to cooperate with leading enterprises and SMEs from the ICT, financial and processing industries.

 

Our Mission and Vision

Our mission is to work for increasing the competitiveness of the ICT industry in Eastern Europe in order to support the development of Information Society and Knowledge Economy.

 

Our vision is to become a regional excellence center for information security, software process improvement and quality of IT services in Eastern Europe.

10th International Conference on Multimedia Communications, Services and Security, October 2020

Fri, 10/09/2020 - 14:23

In recent years, Multimedia Communications, Services, and Security have been contributing extensively to our life experience and are expected to be among the most important applications in the future. The objective of the Multimedia Communications, Services & Security (MCSS’20) conference is to present research and developing activities contributing to aspects of multimedia communications, systems, and security.

 

After the official opening of the conference by prof. Andrzej Dziech two keynote speeches will be presented by members of our ECHO Project Consortium:


Education and training on Data Science and IoT-Call for Papers

Wed, 09/16/2020 - 19:09

The SEnDIng consortium organizes a special session "Education and training on Data Science and IoT" during the PCI 2020 conference (https://pci2020.uniwa.gr/). It will take place online on 21 November.

 

We welcome submissions from all topics of education and training applied to Data Science and IoT, including (but not limited to) the following:


Education and training on Data Science and IoT-Call for Papers

Wed, 09/16/2020 - 19:09

The SEnDIng consortium organizes a special session "Education and training on Data Science and IoT" during the PCI 2020 conference (https://pci2020.uniwa.gr/). It will take place online on 21 November.

 

We welcome submissions from all topics of education and training applied to Data Science and IoT, including (but not limited to) the following:


ECHO Early Warning System - Second Tabletop Exercise

Tue, 04/28/2020 - 20:47

The ECHO Early Warning System is reaching its first milestone, with twelve organizations already federated within the initial Network! Today, a complex training exercise will test both the technical system and the interactions among the teams, with 70 active participants. We defined a complete kill chain of cyber-attacks based on recent Covid-19 phishing campaigns, malware, and ransomware and we will monitor how the teams will react and share information within the Network. As a result of the exercise, ECHO will publish a white paper collecting feedbacks, results, and future steps.


ECHO's First Year General Assembly

Fri, 03/27/2020 - 20:39

This morning, the ECHO consortium gathered together from their homes for our 1st year General Assembly, replacing the original Rome face-to-face event. The meeting was opened by special guest, our Project Officer, Monica Lanzenberger from EC, followed by keynotes of Wim Mees Project Coordinator, and Matteo Merialdo PIM of ECHO.
82 team members are present at the assembly, representing all 30 partners of ECHO.


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