Largest cybersecurity company Recorded Future will provide intelligence platform to Ukraine
The Ministry of Digital Transformation and Recorded Future, the largest intelligence company in the field of cyber protection, signed a memorandum of cooperation.
The Ministry of Digital Transformation reported this on Telegram.
What is the problem?
As stated by the general manager of Microsoft's Digital Threat Analysis Center, Clint Watts, the russian federation is intensifying its cyber attacks to exert pressure on Ukraine's sources of military and political support.
Watts urged customers to prepare for new russian cyberattacks in the winter.
What is the solution?
"We signed a memorandum with Recorded Future, which will help protect critical infrastructure in Ukraine from russia's military and cyber aggression. We also agreed on joint work on creating new products and technologies to protect critical infrastructure that can be used worldwide," the message reads.
How does it work?
It is noted that within the scope of the signed document, Recorded Future will provide its intelligence platform, specialized engineers, and intelligence analysts.
For its part, the Ukrainian side has its own expertise and specialists who will cooperate with the company.
The ministry noted that since the start of the full-scale war, Recorded Future has provided intelligence to protect Ukraine's critical infrastructure, helped investigate russian war crimes, and opened access to the Intelligence Cloud software platform worth more than $10 million.