SOCHI, October 26. /TASS/. The Russian Center for the Monitoring and Management of the Public Communications Network is set to start creating a national system to counter DDoS attacks in Russia and aim to complete the work by the end of 2024, Sergey Khutortsev, the center’s director, said on Wednesday.
"We plan to expand the capabilities of our TSPU system - a system of active counteraction - to cover DDoS attacks, and create a global national system to counter DDoS attacks. Recent events have again showed that we are already using this function quite effectively. But we need to ensure deeper monitoring and repel more sophisticated, specific attacks," he said at the Specter-2022 conference. His slide presentation shows the system will be completed in 2024.
In addition, the center plans to create a system for monitoring the quality of communications services in the near future.
"With the means that we have, we are planning a system for monitoring the quality of communication services. Having the equipment that we have, we can make a fact-based analysis of whether this is really so or not, in the context of different regions, cities and so on," the official said.
The annual specialized forum Specter is taking place at a Sochi skiing resort from October 25 to 26.