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June 20th, 2010

Khalifa University, EADS Defence & Security And Emiraje Systems To Advance Cyber Operations In The GCC

Abstract:
Khalifa University of Science, Technology & Research (KUSTAR); EADS Defence & Security and; Emiraje Systems L.L.C., a partnership between C4 Advanced Solutions (C4AS) and EADS Defence & Security, signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a collaborative programme in Cyber Operations. This initiative is set to increase the local capability in specified technology areas associated with Cyber operations at KUSTAR in particular, the rest of the UAE and the GCC in general.

Moreover, KUSTAR will include research centers in disciplines such as Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Energy, Nanotechnology, Aerospace and Health Sciences.

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