CRDF Global Signs MOU with Energoatom, Operator of Ukraine’s Nuclear Power Plants

CRDF Global and Energoatom, the operator of Ukraine’s nuclear power plants and largest power provider in the country, are deepening their cooperation in the area of information security and cyber resilience.

On March 29, 2024, Mykhailo Verych, Regional Director of CRDF Global in Ukraine, and Petro Kotin, Head of State Enterprise National Nuclear Energy Generating Company (NNEGC, commonly known as Energoatom), signed an Agreement for mutual cooperation.

Mr. Verych emphasized that the experts of CRDF Global have a deep understanding of the issues of countering disinformation and countering cyber threats against Ukraine’s critical infrastructure. He also noted that CRDF Global is ready to direct its efforts to increase the effectiveness of countering these threats.  

In his turn, Petro Kotin, the head of the NNEGC noted that the issue of countering enemy information attacks and a growing number of cyber threats is important for the whole country.  

“I hope that the agreement we are signing today will become the basis for expanding and improving the Company’s policy in the field of cybersecurity, information resilience and physical protection of strategic facilities,” said Petro Kotin. 

The CRDF Global-Energoatom partnership will establish and develop effective communication between institutions to address growing threats in the areas of cyber, information and other national security.