Dec 27, 2015

Cybersecurity company Sedicii wins EU-backed award - Enterprise | - Ireland's Technology News Service

Irish cybersecurity company Sedicii has bagged a European Commission-backed security and privacy innovation award. Sedicii was one of six winners, thanks to its technology aimed at eliminating the need to transmit or store private information.

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