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NTI MPEI Center Joins the National Cyber ​​Polygon

October 18, 2021, 14:06 (UTC+3)|

Companies that have the infrastructure for training in repelling cyberattacks will be able to connect to the National Cyber ​​Polygon, with NTI MPEI to be the first to join, according to Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko.

The integration will expand technological capabilities, as well as allow for larger-scale exercises with the maximum realism of the investigated processes. The first participant in the initiative was the NTI Competence Center "Technologies for the Transportation of Electricity and Distributed Intelligent Energy Systems" based on the Moscow Power Engineering Institute, whose cyber testing ground is focused on practicing the skills of countering cyberattacks in the energy industry.

As the Deputy Head of the Ministry of Digital Development of Russia Alexander Shoytov noted, “the industry segment of the cyber landfill includes a digital version of the IT infrastructure of a company in a certain sector of the economy. This is not a real double, but an averaged copy. "

Cyber ​​polygon contains digital copies of IT infrastructures of organizations in key industries. They make it possible to reproduce cyberattacks specific to a specific sector of the economy, as well as to develop measures to identify and prevent such threats..

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