The Kudelski Group is an active member of the World Economic Forum, an independent international organization committed to improving the world by creating partnerships that shape global, regional, and industry agendas. The Group shares the WEF’s belief that the world’s most pressing challenges can only be overcome through joint efforts. Kudelski Security has extended this philosophy to its own business, working across an ecosystem of experts to deliver client solutions.
Through the Group, Kudelski Security participates in a range of WEF committees, sharing cybersecurity expertise at events around the world to advance the debate and improve awareness.
In 2016 we launched a strategic partnership with Kryptus Information Security, an independent Strategic Defense Company (EED) headquartered in Campinas, Brazil. Founded in 2003, Kryptus protects the largest set of military programs in Brazil, including the SISFRON (Army), LinkBR2 (Air Force), and Defense Certification Authority (Ministry of Defense). The company’s strengths range from secure semiconductor design to complex, military-grade secure system integration.
The Accord Project is an open ecosystem for building smart legal contracts on a technology-neutral platform, accessible to anyone wanting to create and edit smart agreements and documents.
Kudelski Security is leading security within the Technology Working Group, initially working on code signing and archive sealing for Cicero Template Archives.
We are a member of the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST), which takes a community approach to fighting cybercrime. Our joint initiatives include collaboration on preventative cybersecurity measures, rapid coordination of incident response activities, encouraging information sharing throughout the community and training on cybersecurity issues.
FENTEC is a three-year project focused on increasing the trustworthiness of ICT solutions through the development of functional encryption technologies. The project, which is part-funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 program, brings together 10 partners from across the EU, including Atos and several leading universities.
The German Cyber Security Council e.V. was founded in August 2012 by some renowned personalities as a politically neutral association. The German Cyber Security Council is based in Berlin, its objective is to consult businesses, government agencies and political decision-makers and to support them against cybercrime.