Elbit Systems’ CYBERBIT unit has won a contract to provide an Asia-Pacific country with its CyberShield-Cyber security trainer and simulator.
The CyberShield simulator enables users, individually or as a group, to detect, respond and prevent cyber-attacks, while experiencing advanced up-to-date attacks under real network protection conditions. The simulator presents various network protection scenarios, conducts follow-up debriefing and evaluates the results, the company said in a statement Tuesday.
The system will enable simultaneous training for multiple users on attacks directed at IT networks as well as industrial control networks (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition - SCADA) used in most utilities.
CYBERBIT general manager Adi Dar said, "The cyber threat is constantly increasing, bearing much potential impact on national infrastructures. I am pleased that we can contribute and improve the capabilities of governments to prepare and face this imminent and exponentially growing threat."
Elbit Systems will wind up the activities of its joint venture with Brazilian Embraer, ‘Harpia. The JV was formed in September 2011 in order to explore the unmanned aerial vehicles market
Elbit Systems has won $70 million contract for the supply of Electronic Warfare systems to Israeli Air Force. The contract was awarded by the Directorate of Production and Procurement of the Israeli Ministry of Defense ("IMOD")
Elbit Systems has won a $26.5 million contract to supply commercial multi-spectral infrared countermeasures (C-MUSIC) systems to be implemented on-board a jet aircraft of an Asia-Pacific nation
Elbit Systems has been awarded a contract estimated US$30 million by the Department of Defence of the Commonwealth of Australia, for the supply of XACTth65 sights, a thermal weapon sight product. The XACTth65 sight is very small size, light weight (only 450 grams) and its full tactical and high performance during day and night operations
Elbit Systems has unveiled its Seagull multi-mission Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) system. Seagull is a 12-meter USV with replaceable mission modules, with two vessels capable of being operated and controlled in concert using a single Mission Control System (MCS), from manned ships or from the shore, the company said in a statement Monday
Elbit Systems UK JV, Affinity Flying Services along with Kellog, Borwn and Root has been awarded a contract to support Ascent Flight Training in the delivery of UK Military Flight Training System programme. Elbit Systems and KBR, each holding a 50% share in Affinity, will evenly support and benefit from the programme, the company said in a statement Tuesday
Elbit Systems CYBERBIT has uncovered Dridex malwares persistency mechanism, allowing organizations to detect and remove the malware. The analysis was revealed by CYBERBITs malware research the Dridex malware, fully revealing its infection process and persistency mechanism
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