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Recorded Future Continues to Provide Critical Intelligence to Protect Ukraine from Cyber, Physical and Kinetic Threats

Recorded Future continues to provide critical intelligence to protect Ukraine from cyber, physical and kinetic threats
Recorded Future Continues to Provide Critical Intelligence to Protect Ukraine from Cyber, Physical and Kinetic Threats
Recorded Future, the world's largest private intelligence and analytical company, will continue to help Ukraine protect critical infrastructure from Russian military and cyber aggression in 2024. The total amount of investment in support of Ukraine next year will amount to more than $23 million.

Recorded Future has been supporting Ukraine since the start of the full-scale invasion. The company provided intelligence data to protect critical infrastructure of Ukraine, helped investigate Russian war crimes, opened access to the Intelligence Cloud software platform for over $10 million. In total, in 2023, the company invested more than $20 million in aid to Ukraine.

In 2024, Recorded Future will continue to cooperate with 16 Ukrainian state bodies and enterprises. Among them are the Ministry of Digital, State Special Communications, GUR, Security Service of Ukraine, Ministry of Defense, General Prosecutor's Office and Cyber ​​Police. Recorded Future's tools help with early detection and remediation of cyber attacks.

For example, this year Recorded Future and CERT-UA worked together to identify and eliminate an espionage campaign conducted by the BlueDelta/APT28 attacker in Ukrainian government organizations. This is made possible by using Recorded Future Network Intelligence, phishing and malware data.

We will remind you that in December of last year, the team of the Ministry of Digitization signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the company. This made it possible to strengthen the partnership and begin joint work on the creation of new products and technologies for the protection of critical infrastructure.

In addition, Recorded Future provided its intelligence platform, dedicated engineers and intelligence analysts as part of the MOU.

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