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BANGKOK, November 11. /TASS/. A new system protecting any channels of telephone communication against wiretapping has been designed in Russia, the director general of the Interstate Corporation of Development (ICD), Ivan Polyakov, told Tass on Wednesday.
"The solution has been found that makes it possible to guarantee confidentiality of conversations irrespective of what systems and standards of communications you use," Polyakov said.
"This is a very interesting solution, we believe it will be in demand on the market," he said without going into details of how the system was functioning. Polyakov said components for the protection system were produced directly at enterprises of the ICD.
Ensuring its own security prompted the corporation to develop the system. "The options existing on the market could not satisfy us as a corporation. That is why we started with ourselves, and then decided to offer the product to the market," he added.
The ICD was established in February 2011 for the development of scientific-industrial and high-tech cooperation in countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization. It is one of the biggest designers and producers of protected systems of communication and control in the post-Soviet states.
The CSTO assembly groups Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.