The Defence Technology Institute (DTI) of Thailand has partnered with Guardtime to implement a comprehensive research program to strengthen research in national cyber security, contributing to the Royal Thai Armed Forces and cooperation with ASEAN and other allied countries.
It has long been recognized that cyberspace is the fifth military domain after land, sea, air and space. DTI through this partnership with Guardtime desires to further strengthen cooperation and exchanges in this domain. This partnership is to leverage Guardtime’s experience in multiple areas, including blockchain cyber security solutions, cyber security training and exercise program, providing the Thai armed forces with leading cyber defense capabilities.
Air Chief Marshal Preecha Pradabmook, Director General, Defence Technology Institute said:
“DTI has committed itself to be a center of excellence in Cyber Security Technology contributing to secure the Royal Thai Armed Forces’ weapons system platforms. This collaboration with Guardtime will be the first significant step for DTI in achievement of Cyber Security Capability."
James Koo, President, Guardtime APAC:
“We are honored to collaborate with DTI in advancing cybersecurity, promoting cyber hygiene and cyber resiliency in this region.”