KICS

AcronymDefinition
KICSKorea Information and Communications Society (South Korea)
KICSKootenay Internet Communications Society (Kootenay, British Columbia, Canada)
KICSKorea Institute of Communication Sciences (now Korea Information and Communications Society; South Korea)
KICSKodak Image Center Solutions (Eastman Kodak Company)
KICSK-Space Image Correlation Spectroscopy
KICSKeep Incoming Calls Simple (HP)
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The Forrester study, The Total Economic Impactao Of Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity revealed that the company assessed -- which deployed KICS for Nodes after using traditional endpoint AV on industrial endpoints -- avoided costs associated with downtime of $1.7 million.
The KiCS governance study aims to explore the space between these two perspectives and develop a greater understanding of the way in which members of geographic communities influence their local early childhood development (ECD) environment.
New Delhi [India], Jan 19 ( ANI ): Kaspersky Lab on Friday announced the deployment of Kaspersky's Industrial CyberSecurity (KICS) solutions at the Singapore University of Technology and Design's (SUTD) Centre for Research in Cyber Security, iTrust's Secure Water Treatment (SWaT) test bed.
He appreciated the efforts of KICS to conduct the workshop in the varsity.
KICS Director Prof Waqar said that technical education guaranteed the development of a nation.
The L-carnitine content of breast and thigh meat from KICs is presented in Table 3.
Lim, "Performance analysis of channel compensation and channel coding techniques based on measured maritime wireless channel in VHF-band ship ad-hoc network," KICS Journal, vol.
To date, the EIT's KICs bring together more than 650 leading partners from business, research and higher education from all over Europe, for the first time fully integrating business, research and higher education.
One of the Group's educational projects is Khartoum International Community School (KICS) which provides world-class international education for the local and expatriate communities.
It does so through knowledge and innovation communities (KICs), a pioneering concept of cross-border public-private partnerships.
The institute will consist of six research clusters, called Knowledge and Information Communities (KICs), to be created by 2013.