The Information Security Industry Group of the KISA (Korea Internet & Security Agency), already a critical partner in things like the US Department of Homeland Security’s National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC), have sought out additional partners from the private sector to advance the development and diffusion of the Korean Cyber Security solutions from its emerging cyber community.

The resulting K-Sec Startup Global Initiative, a collaborative effort led by SixThirty CYBER, with DarkField, Active Capital, and other US partners, is envisioned to utilize best practices of US entrepreneurial development programs to help bridge big US corporate problems with these Korean Cyber Security solutions. This website is designed to extend a communications link to those in the information security industry who recognize their responsibilities ultimately include constantly seeking innovation in their security solutions and collaborating with thought leadership globally.

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