After the summer and with the return to activity, we received a visit from a delegation of the Government of Chihuahua, Mexico at the facilities of the Basque Cybersecurity Centre, which is touring different points of contact in the Basque Country. During the visit, we had the pleasure of sharing experiences with Maria Granados, Secretary of Innovation and Economic Development for the Government of the State of Chihuahua, and Raul Varela, Managing Director of the Institute of Innovation and Competitiveness I2C for the State of Chihuahua. They were joined by Alberto Gavín, Director of Multilateral Projects at Basque Trade & Investment, Agencia Vasca de Internacionalización.
The Institute of Innovation and Competitiveness for the State of Chihuahua is the body responsible for coordinating the scientific, technological development and innovation of the entity, using, within its sphere of competence, the existing infrastructure in the state that is intended for these functions, as well as relying on specialised human resources, financial, technological and service resources that are applied for the organisation and operation of the State System of Science, Technology and Innovation.
The meeting was a unique opportunity to explain first-hand our main lines of work in cybersecurity and to showcase the technological capabilities of the Basque Country. To conclude the visit, representatives of the research centres attached to the BCSC (Vicomtech, Tecnalia, Ikeran, BCAM - Basque Centre for Applied Mathematics) also had the opportunity to present the projects they are currently working on.
At the BCSC, we continue to support collaboration between companies and create links between different entities in the cybersecurity sector, as this is how we can continue to weave and enrich our Basque cybersecurity ecosystem.
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