[PRESS RELEASE]: “BOOZ ALLEN WOULD DEVELOP A BETTER SKILL SET BY BROADENING THEIR CYBER ENCRYPTION KNOWLEDGE WITH SHARING EXPERTISE FROM IETF”

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Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

Booz Allen and Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) were signing the Memorandum of Understanding on Monday, April 17th, 2017 in front of Audio Visual Room, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung, Indonesia.

The MoU is about sharing knowledge and expertise between two related parties regarding cyber security, and Booz Allen would involve IETF at present and future projects concerning the encryptions of cyberspace data. Booz Allen, as the initiator, would like to cooperate with IETF because they have added value in expertise in cyber encryption and by making cooperation with them, they would educate our sources to be provided with cyber encryption knowledges.

“We would like to cooperate with Booz Allen because we shared similar vision in cyber encryption and we are glad to broaden their knowledges by sharing our expertise to make a better cyberspace in the future,” said the representative of IETF.

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IETF hopes that this cooperation would lead the world into a better cyberspace, and they hope that by the cooperation with Booz Allen, it would encourage the other parties in the future. On the other hand, Booz Allen hopes that by this cooperation they are able to strengthen their cooperation with IETF in terms of cyber encryption, give a better skill set for ourselves and our clients, and help IETF to get into other sectors toward cyberspace.

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