We are delighted to announce that our latest project, AIRA, a fully automated remote AI-based risk assessment platform, has received support from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.
AIRA was selected as one of the projects for funding under SecurIT OpenCall#2. This prestigious program has chosen 21 innovative digital solutions, all contributing to the creation of safer, more secure, and resilient smart cities and territories. With participants from 47 companies spanning 17 countries across Europe, SecurIT's 12-month supporting program represents a diverse and dynamic community. We are thrilled to be a part of it and grateful for the recognition of our cybersecurity expertise and excellence that we have been accumulating over the last 15 years.
"For over a decade, our research and development team has dedicated their efforts to addressing security challenges in Ukraine, Europe, and globally. Our recent focus on leveraging AI and ML in cybersecurity has culminated in the development of the AIRA project. Getting funding through the Horizon Europe program is a testament to the hard work and achievements of ISSP in the field of cybersecurity," Roman Sologub, CEO at ISSP said.
‘AIRA was created by our team in the Research, Development, and Innovation department. Developed in cooperation with Estonian ENKID Global, we are delighted to partner with Estonia, a leader in AI innovations both in Europe and globally. The Horizon 2020 innovation programs offer new opportunities for our development, and we are excited about the upcoming journey. Over the next 12 months, in collaboration with SecurIT and our esteemed partners, we anticipate significant potential for growth and innovation,’ Sviatoslav Sviatnenko, Chief Innovation Officer at ISSP added.
The SecurIT project consortium comprises seven complementary European security clusters and a private entity. SecurIT received funding from the Horizon 2020 program. This collaboration represents a formidable force in driving advancements in security technology.
We extend our gratitude to the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, SecurIT, and all our partners for their invaluable support. Together, we are making significant strides in the field of cybersecurity, fortifying our collective digital European landscape.