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European Brokerage Event DS-06-2017: Cryptography

The French NCP’s for ICT and Secure Societies, the Security Research NCP Network (SEREN3), IDEAL-IST, UPMC, INRIA, Systematic, and Safe Cluster are pleased to invite you to the brokerage event dedicated to the topic: DS-06-2017: Cryptography, that will take place on Monday 5th September 2016 in Paris.

At this event, supported by the European Commission, you will have the opportunity to share with the participants an overview of your company products, services, and competencies in the cryptography area. You can also present your own proposal concepts. Then, you can meet representatives from SMEs and other organisations, in order to exchange ideas with the aim of paving the way for future cooperation.

Participation in the brokerage event is free of charge. However, registration is mandatory.

Please register online by 30 August 2016 at the following link.

Seats will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis due to the limited capacity of the meeting room.

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