Concern Avtomatika, part of Rostec, the company of the son of former Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Igor Chaika, the National Engineering Corporation (NIK) and Ty Hunter, will create a service for searching data about Russians based on open data. The telegram bot “Eye of God” is working in approximately the same way.
The new service will allow analyzing various data sources to search for cybercriminals. It will be used by law enforcement agencies, but it can also be useful for commercial organizations that want to check their current or potential employees, customers and contractors.
The investigator will be able to upload the suspect’s e-mail or phone number to the system, and the software complex, using this fragment, will compare with it arrays of data: IP addresses, information from payment systems and advertising identifiers – more than 40 parameters. At the exit, the investigator will receive a report on the identity of the object with sources of information in text and graphic form.
This service will be able to use open data posted on various Internet resources to identify unreliable persons who have been involved in illegal or dubious activities. Currently, organizations often use illegal databases for such verification (for example, those leaked from government agencies).
Source: iGuides.ru by www.iguides.ru.
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