Group-IB, one of the global leaders in high-grade threat intelligence and best in class anti-fraud and network security solutions vendor has agreed with the National IT Centre to have signed an agreement to form a joint venture to develop and deploy sophisticated cybersecurity systems and services for critical infrastructure. This partnership is to reflect the world practice of private and public cooperation to combine leading technologies, experience, and knowledge of a private company with the power and competence of a state corporation.
According to the agreement signed at CIPR IT conference Group-IB will deploy critical infrastructure protection based on the following solutions:
- Threat Intelligence to keep up with the constantly changing threat landscape, learn about threats targeting specific fields and industries, evaluate and improve IT security investment strategy.
- TDS and Polygon intrusion detection systems that protect against unknown malware and detect targeted attacks on network infrastructures and APTs before any damage is caused.
- Secure Portal to prevent unauthorised access to personal accounts of state-services web-portals and personal data and credit cards credential collection, block bots that crack passwords and disrupt online polls.
- Big data analysis systems.
We are currently negotiating with our partners in the Middle East and Latin America – two regions where a great deal of cyberthreats come from – who are interested in implementing our knowledge and expertise in the cybersecurity field on the national scale.
Business Director Group-IB
Group-IB provides its products and services to customers in more than 30 countries and has about 25 global partners, with such high-profile technology companies as EclecticIQ, Anomali, Threat Connect on the list. Due to an extensive international activity, the company plans to increase this figure up to 100 in the coming years.
14 years of Group-IB’s history show that private companies provide tremendous support to the state, law enforcement agencies in the fight against cybercrime. The company actively cooperates with law enforcement agencies and private organizations around the world on cybercrime, including Europol, Interpol, and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).