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Cybernetica renews Ukrainian data exchange platform

Implementing Estonian company Cybernetica´s data exchange platform Trembita has accelerated Ukraine’s digital transformation process. Photo: Unsplash

Cybernetica signed a more than one-year-long contract with Ukraine to update the state´s data exchange platform, Trembita.

The 13.5-month contract was signed by Cybernetica, e-Governance Academy Foundation, State enterprise “DIIA”, and the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine.

The new version, Trembita 2.0, is still based on Cybernetica’s secure interoperability solution Unified  eXchange Platform (UXP) and will include three new important features: implementation of standardised cryptography, multitenancy security server operation model and significant performance enhancements. The solution will be delivered to the Ukrainian authorities at the end of 2024.

The Trembita platform was launched in 2019. In 2024, it is foreseen to process more than 2 billion transactions, totalling around 5 billion transitions since its inception. Trembita interoperability layer is used as the primary government-to-government data exchange tool in Ukraine, including for the provision of services to the renowned DIIA super-app.

“We have successfully collaborated with the e-Governance Academy and the Ukrainian authorities since 2017, and over the years, our partnership has only become stronger and more mission-oriented. The next phase of the partnership will concentrate on scaling the platform, while also focusing on building the resilience and security of the technology. It is important to us that we remain responsive to the country’s needs,” reflected Oliver Väärtnõu, CEO of Cybernetica.

The next phase of the partnership will concentrate on scaling the platform, while also focusing on building the resilience and security of the technology.
Oliver Väärtnõu, CEO of Cybernetica

The implementation of Trembita has enabled to accelerate the implementation of Ukraine’s digital transformation process truly, highlighted Mr Oleksii Vyskub – First Deputy Minister from the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine. “The platform implemented has proved its case for Ukraine. Trembita 2.0 project will further enhance the Ukrainian ecosystem by implementing new features to the platform to better serve the Ukrainian citizens, including via the DIIA app,“ he added.

The primary objective of Trembita 2.0 is to enhance the existing Trembita system by refining core features and local components, ensuring secure electronic interactions. Adopting standard cryptography in the new system empowers users with advanced options for enhancing their security measures. Multitenancy offers the opportunity for smaller organisations to collaborate by securely utilising a shared security server, with its management entrusted to an IT organisation.

The upgrade also guarantees compatibility with various electronic trust services and seamless integration with the Cybernetica’s Personal Data Access Monitoring Subsystem that will go live in Ukraine in the first part of 2024. The latter system allows Ukrainian citizens to keep an eye on how their data is used by different governmental authorities.

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