Aramis by Aizoon

by aizoOn




Right after its creation, Elettronica started important collaborations with Contraves Italiana (today Rheinmetall) in Rome and Sielte in Turin. In 1955 moved its facilities to Via Tiburtina 650 in Rome, not far from the present location. With the acquisition of several rather important contracts, Elettronica heavily focused on R&D in precision engineering and metal structure-work applications and made significant investments to purchase machinery, employ skilled labour and upgrade the electronic assembly system.

Defence Specialist

Specialization in the field of ECM (Electronic Counter-Measures) began in this period. The production of goniometers for field applications and radar counter-measure systems - and the first power transmitters (Cicala Series) – allowed the company to make important steps forward. The same period saw the onset of important collaborations with the Italian Armed Forces, for the supply of underwater electronic apparatus (SONAR) to the Italian Navy, IFF /SIF systems to the Air force and special transformers and modules for certain on-board equipment for F104 and G91 aircraft. The Radar Disturbance Training systems developed for the Italian Ministry of Defence were also commissioned by Armed Forces in West Germany, France, Holland and South Africa.

A new leader is born

Thanks to constant dedication in fields such as research, training and instrumentation for strategic components, by the end of the 1960s Elettronica had already established itself as a leader in the European defence market and was converted into Elettronica.

Improved awareness of extraordinary phenomena and relevant events currently occurring in the monitored network infrastructure due to:

• incorrect configurations or unexpected changes in the topography;

• malicious voluntary actions by users (employees or other subjects connected to the network);

• involuntary actions conducted by the same subjects;

• violations of regulatory provisions, policies and protocols related to security standards or best practices.

Simplification and improvement in the detection of network anomalies, as well as a reduction of false positives.

Automating the process of selecting relevant and significant events by illustrating contrast against the background “white noise”.

Integration and improvement of the managed service in charge of monitoring the security status of the IT networks.

Enhancement of the other IT Network Security tools already available to the end users of the aramis® platform (e.g. SIEM, IPS / IDS, NGFW, etc.).

Support for the revision and improvement of the global ICT Security process, specifically for the phases of: anomaly detection and analysis, incident reporting and handling, vulnerability assessment and penetration testing, forensic analysis and malware reverse engineering, IT governance, risk management and compliance (IT-GRC).


Case Study

Case Study