Australia CyberSecurity Company Internet 2.0 To Open Office In Ukraine

 

The International company Internet 2.0 will help Ukraine with cyber protection. The Australia tech company plans to open an office in Ukraine.

  • The Ministry of Digital Transformation signed a memorandum of cooperation with Internet 2.0. According to it Ukraine became the first partner outside the FVEY intelligence alliance, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the US.
  • An Australian company will train Ukrainian war veterans in cybersecurity to ward off hackers amid the country’s continuing efforts to defeat russia.
  • Internet 2.0 will provide its technologies and share its advanced experience for Ukraine’s cyber defense needs.
  • The main products of the company are technological solutions for cyber protection, including Cloaking Firewall and Malcore.
Our partnership with Ukraine means both countries can learn. Australia can benefit from the experience of the first country to endure a real cyber war while sharing expertise, – said Rober Potter, co-CEO of Internet 2.0

A leading cybersecurity partner of the Biden administration’s Counter Ransomware Initiative has started to work in Ukraine. The beginning of our co-operation is a positive signal to other international companies and brands that it is possible and necessary to enter Ukraine. – said Yegor Dubinsky, Digital transformation deputy minister

 

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