Leonardo’s solutions guarantee the monitoring and predictive, proactive protection of strategic data and assets, both physical and logical. Secure-by-design system architecture, integrated digital platforms, competence centres and technologies such as big data analytics, Artificial Intelligence, virtualisation and supercomputing all play a key role in detecting and analysing threats, as well as in responding to and resolving cyberattacks.
security events monitored per second by the Security Operation Centre (SOC)
users and 5,000 networks cyber-protected in 130 countries
security alarms handled by the SOC every day
NATO sites cyber-protected in 29 countries worldwide
billion operations per second processed for cyber-intelligence purposes
personalised intelligence reports
Consulting services for the assessment of cyber risks, definition of governance models, management and certification of cyber-resilience systems. Design and creation of infrastructure for SOC – Security Operation Centre/CERT – Computer Emergency Response/IOC – Intelligence Operation Centre, and systems developed using a secure-by-design approach.
SOC – SECURITY OPERATION CENTRE
A strategic centre for information security concerned with Threat Intelligence and continuous real-time monitoring of systems and infrastructure, incident handling and response services. The centre monitors more than 90,000 security events per second and responds to 1,500 alarms a day, supported by a 500 TFlops supercomputer capable of performing 500,000 billion operations per second.
Monitoring and management of IT (Information Technology) and OT (Operational Technology) systems, with the aid of dynamic risk calculation tools, Artificial Intelligence and advanced training platforms for cyber-defence of governments and institutions, critical infrastructure and digital service providers.
Capability in big data analytics, Artificial Intelligence and analysts experienced in threat intelligence for monitoring, identification and analysis of cyber-threats and support for decision-making. Proprietary platforms that use digital twins and simulation for cyber-training and to test new solutions.