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Elbit Systems announced today that it provided ST Electronics with a Cyber Security Simulator. Enabling users, individually or as a group, to locate, respond and prevent cyber-attacks, while experiencing simulated network protection conditions, the simulator provided to ST Electronics will also present various network protection scenarios, conduct follow-up debriefing and evaluate the results.
The cyber simulator for civilian applications, a unique Elbit Systems development, is based on the company’s extensive experience in cyber protection for its customers, as well as its proven air, sea and land training capabilities. Elbit Systems’ cyber simulators are already in use by its own customers.
Yair Cohen, Head of Intelligence and Cyber Solutions at Elbit Systems’ Intelligence and Electro-optics – Elop said: “We are proud to supply our cyber simulator to another partner. The cyber threat on infrastructures is constantly increasing, with significant potential impacts, and we are pleased to contribute in improving the capability of civilian entities in Singapore to face this imminent threat”, said Cohen.
In recent years, Elbit Systems has invested great efforts in the development of new technologies and has been active in the field of network and system protection, cyber command & control systems, cyber protection of critical civilian infrastructure, and the development of special algorithms designated to identify various cyber warfare attacks.