OTT-ONE has signed a cooperation agreement with the International Training Centre – supervised by the National Police Headquarters. Within the framework of the partnership, OTT-ONE provides support through trainings focusing on cybercrime, and effective action against the phenomenon. With OTT-ONE’s experience and practical knowledge of blockchain, the main purpose of the collaboration is to provide preparation for law enforcement students in terms of public security challenges.
The International Training Centre (ITC) was founded by the Hungarian Ministry of Interior in 1999. It offers special training opportunities for Hungarian and foreign law enforcement employees, providing the opportunity to learn about the latest challenges of public security and acquire best practices while supporting long-term international networking.
According to the cooperation agreement, using its expertise, OTT-ONE supports trainings that are organized in cooperation with the International Training Centre. The focus of the trainings is one of the most recent challenges that public security is facing with: cybercrime. OTT-ONE has gained a lot of experience in that area due to the company’s blockchain business unit. The International Training Centre has chosen OTT-ONE as its new partner after a formerly similar but recently terminated cooperation.
During the trainings OTT-ONE will be represented by Gergely Vesszős, a blockchain expert who joined the company at the end of last year. He is responsible for the ongoing blockchain developments as well as the professional leadership functions of future blockchain-based developments.
It is an honor for OTT-ONE to support the trainings of International Training Centre that provides the highest standards of law enforcement. Since the company has extensive experience in the field of blockchain technologies, the challenges of cybercrime as well as the possible solutions are continously studied. OTT-ONE places a lot of emphasis on knowledge sharing while creating value, as education is essential for the safe use of future technologies.