ZAGREB, Oct 1 (Hina) – The Zagreb-based King ICT regional systems integrator company has signed a deal with NATO’s Communication and Information Agency in the field of cybersecurity, which is King ICT’s largest international project with a core value of €7.8 million, King ICT said on Thursday.
The company underlined that the new contract is a strong step out onto the western European market, adding that they won the contract through an international tender which demanded a professional proposal proving that the company has the required experience, the relevant expertise and knowledge to develop optimal design and to implement leading edge solutions in the field of cybersecurity and IT infrastructure.
The contract includes the delivery and implementation of a SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) solutions with complete, leading edge IT infrastructure, and includes services of delivery, implementation, education and warranties.
“Experts in Croatian companies possess great knowledge. Their expertise and experience has been recognised at the international level. We are grateful to all those who have put their trust in us and made their resources available as part of this project team. We are pleased to be a part of this and look forward to the opportunity to demonstrate our abilities in such an important project,” King ICT said on its website.
King ICT sees this project as an excellent opportunity and responsibility to further prove its capabilities in delivering solutions and services in the most demanding environments, while meeting the strictest standards.
This could also be an opportunity to open numerous doors for them and for other Croatian companies and experts, the press release said.