The Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine and the US company Recorded Future will cooperate in cyber security.
"We have signed a memorandum with Recorded Future, which will help Ukraine protect its critical infrastructure from Russian military and cyber aggression. We also agreed to work together to create new products and technologies to protect critical infrastructure that can be used around the world," the ministry said on Telegram.
It notes that since the beginning of the full-scale war with Russia, Recorded Future has provided intelligence to protect Ukraine's critical infrastructure, assisted in the investigation of Russian war crimes, and opened access to the Intelligence Cloud software platform worth over $10 million.
Under the memorandum, Recorded Future will provide its intelligence platform, engineers and analysts.
Recorded Future is a privately held cybersecurity company founded in 2009, with headquarters in Somerville, Massachusetts. The company specializes in the collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of threat intelligence.