The nonprofit company said Tuesday it will establish its information integrity and defense hub on the Lot Fourteen business complex being developed in the Australian city of Adelaide to support the country’s national security, cyber and space sectors.
The development site is home to the Australian Cyber Collaboration Center, a government-backed organization that aims to help agencies, businesses and academic institutions address security challenges.
“The precise curation of motivated and complementary technology organizations, underpinned by a melting pot of talented and motivated expert individuals, makes Lot Fourteen the perfect epicenter for space, defense, and cybersecurity in the Asia Pacific region,” said Julie Bowen, senior vice president for operations and outreach and chief legal officer at Mitre.
South Australia’s government signed a sponsoring agreement in connection with the new center to be launched by the U.S.-based nonprofit corporation.
The company added that it will collaborate with the University of Adelaide to pursue a “twinning program” for talent development and knowledge transfer efforts with partner institutions in Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C.
DTEX Systems, a cybersecurity services provider based in California and an A3C member, is working with Mitre under a non-exclusive licensing deal aimed at bringing the latter’s Inside-R Protect offering to the public and private sector customers.