February 16, 2012
The Russian Ministry of Defence has used the Dr.Web anti-virus since the mid 90s. It enabled the Ministry to create a centralized protection system shielding a significant number of its personal computers and servers against malicious software. Through the years the system has proven its compliance with the highest information security requirements set by the ministry.
"We are confident to call cooperation between the Defence Ministry and Doctor Web a success. For a long time Dr.Web products have proven their efficiency and consistently demonstrated high results in neutralizing contemporary threats, That's why Doctor Web's solutions are the core of our anti-virus defence", a spokesman for the Ministry of Defence said.
Since 2000, Doctor Web regularly receives certificates of the Russian Defence Ministry and the IT security software development license was first obtained by Doctor Web in 2005.
In 2011 Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite was tailored for the Russian Defence Ministry project. So computers running the Mobile System of Armed Force were connected to the centralized anti-virus protection system. In 2012 within the cooperation framework servers will be incorporated into the defence system too.
"When developing new technologies and updates for released products we do our best to take into account the interests of our largest customers. We are confident that flexibility in cooperation with such agencies as the Russian Defence Ministry and the continuous improvement of our software products in accordance with their needs yield best results", Igor Danilov, Doctor Web CTO and founder said.
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