MainMarket in brief


Russia will create a platform for monitoring the activities of fraudulent sites

September 30, 2020, 09:35 (UTC+3)|

According to the revised version of the passport of the federal project “Information Security”, Russia plans to develop a platform for monitoring phishing sites and personal data leaks by 2021.

The platform will be used to monitor government information systems and accounts in the Unified Identification and Authentication System (used on the government services website) and interact with citizens. The compromised data will be transferred to a single database, and the resources that use it will be automatically blocked. Moreover, the system will identify the source of the leak and look for intruders. 1.4 billion rubles from the federal budget from 2021 to 2024 will be spent on the creation of the platform, as was reported by the media outlet with reference to the project document.

The passport of the federal project also includes information about the development of an “anti-virus multi-scanner” for scanning files. Earlier, Nikolai Murashov, Deputy Director of the Russian National Coordination Center for Computer Incidents, spoke about its development at Infoforum-2020 in January 2020, clarifying that trial operation would begin in early 2021.

Original (in Russian)


Interested In The Russian IT Market? Subscribe!

By clicking the button you agree to Privacy Policy

Unless otherwise stated, the content is available under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license

Supported by the Moscow Government