Rosatom, Delta Computers and Positive Technologies have created a domestic cyber defense complex

Rosenergoatom Concern (part of the management ring of Rosatom State Corporation) has tested a new internal software and hardware (HSC) system for cyber defense. The solution was jointly developed by Positive Technologies and Delta Computers. The new PKK will be put into commercial operation in 2023. The solution is suitable for medium and large companies that operate with a high level of information security risks.

The solution includes the MaxPatrol SIEM information security measures monitoring system and incident detection system, PT Network Attack Discovery (PT NAD) behavioral analysis of network traffic, PT Sandbox, a means to protect against targeted and mass attacks using malware, as well as Delta Tioga. Switch to server hardware and Delta Argut NVMe storage.

Manufacturing and energy have traditionally been in the top three industries attacked by cybercriminals, according to Positive Technologies. The new PAK was developed by order of Rosatom. According to the press service of Rosenergoatom, the solution will help to fulfill the tasks of import replacement of already used or newly implemented national software systems equipment, to obtain balanced and horizontally scalable hardware solutions with predictable quality of work and total cost of ownership. solution life cycle.

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