Norwich University Applied Research Institutes (NUARI) and Australian cyber security consultancy Cygence have announced a strategic partnership to strengthen the cyber and information warfare capabilities of the joint US-Australia Defense Industrial Base (DIB).
This collaboration leverages the expertise of both organisations to deliver cutting-edge solutions and knowledge-sharing initiatives.
"This strategic partnership represents a significant step forward in our mission to deliver cutting-edge cyber security services and technologies," said Amy Ormrod, CEO of Cygence.
In addition, the partnership will bring the respective teams to local markets to share knowledge and expertise appropriate to the DIB, including Governance Risk and Compliance frameworks and training, Australia's Infosec Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) and the US Cyber Maturity Model Certification (CMMC).
"NUARI is thrilled to partner with Cygence in this critical endeavor," stated John Kunelius, NUARI's Chief Operating Officer.
"Our shared passion for building a more secure US and Australia makes this collaboration a natural fit. We are confident that combining our expertise will deliver impactful solutions safeguarding the DIB from evolving cyber threats."
The partnership will focus on joint research and development, as Cygence and NUARI will collaborate on research projects to develop innovative cybersecurity solutions and technologies applicable to US and Australian DIBs, as well as knowledge sharing and training.