Infosecurity Solution is included in the Unified Register of Russian Software
The ISOC Platform for Cyber Security Incidents Monitoring and Response developed by Infosecurity has been included in the Unified Register of Domestic Software in accordance with the Order of the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation of December 14, 2020. Introducing the solution in the Unified Register of Russian Software opens up new prospects for Infosecurity cooperation with public sector customers.
The inclusion of the ISOC Incident Monitoring and Response Platform in the Unified Register of Domestic Software provides an opportunity for public sector companies to obtain a high-tech and high-quality solution that fully meets all the requirements of import substitution legislation. The ISOC Platform is registered in six categories: monitoring and management systems; cyber security tools; general-purpose applied software; management systems for organizational processes, systems for collecting, storing, processing, analyzing, modeling and visualizing data arrays; information systems for solving specific sectoral objectives.
Infosecurity (a Softline Company) has been providing cyber security monitoring and response services since 2015. The Infosecurity team has extensive experience in building an effective incident monitoring and response system based on the customer's needs and the availability of the appropriate hardware and software, as well as managing this system almost from scratch.
The ISOC Monitoring Platform allows not only to minimize the risks of penetration into the customer's infrastructure, but also in the case of an incident to immediately notify of threats and reduce the response time thanks to ready-made response scenarios and highly qualified specialists.
“We use up-to-date Threat Intelligence data in our Monitoring Center, and share threat information with other SOCs and CERTs. This approach allows us to timely update information about threats and promptly respond to them, — Alexey Yudin, Director of ISOC Monitoring Center, comments — Adding the ISOC Platform to the Unified Register of Domestic Software allows government customers to be confident in the quality of our solution, and also confirms its compliance with all requirements import substitution policy.“
The Order of the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation on entering the ISOC Solution into the Unified Register of Domestic Software is available here.
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