At Eurosatory 2018, MONCh discusses cyber security with CNIM
A spokesperson for CNIM told MONCh that the group offers three government intelligence solutions. The first one, AMI Enterprise Intelligence, is a strategic intelligence platform that allows companies using it to watch and analyse, over the medium and long term, the modus operandi of the different actors a company has chosen to monitor.
The second system is called MediaCentric, a cyber intelligence platform that monitors social media in order to be able to draw different connections and build a bigger picture that may facilitate detection of critical elements. This can be done through a multimedia approach using the third solution, MediaSpeech, a multilingual speech-to-text solution based on deep neural networks.
The three systems facilitate the investigation of people and communities to monitor criminal and terrorist activities by detecting critical elements (keywords, people, movement) to anticipate events that can imperil public order or state safety. All three systems are dual use.
More specifically targeted to defence solutions, CNIM has also developed CrossinG, a configurable one-way (diode) or two-way gateway that enables securing and controlling interconnections between networks of different sensitivity levels, such as public versus restricted. Similarly, CNIM also developed, in partnership with WALLIX, the Crypto Crossing, which ensures end-to-end integrity and confidentiality in the email communication of sensitive data. The key element of CrossinG is to ensure that even if there is a breach of security in one entry point, this breach cannot ‘cross’ the communication channels to reach the other end, effectively blocking the breach.
CNIM was unable to discuss its customers, but indicated that these systems, in particular Crypto Crossing, are used by defence customers and essential operators (such as hospitals, etc).