Managed UXP

Managed UXP is an interoperability as a service solution where the whole process from implementation to maintenance is fully managed by Cybernetica.


Cybernetica sells its air traffic management Remote Tower technology to Adacel

Cybernetica sold its digital air traffic management tower to Adacel, a global leader in air traffic management and air traffic simulation and training solutions.


Consent Management for UXP

Next-generation consent management platform for UXP incorporating interoperability, while giving control over data usage directly to the individual. Piloted in Japan for Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank.


Cyber threat intelligence platform between Estonia and US

Estonia and United States started a cooperation to build a joint platform for sharing cyber threat intelligence between the two countries. The system was developed by Cybernetica and procured by the Estonian Centre for Defence Investment.


Remote Tower

Cybernetica and Estonian Air Navigation Services launched the remote tower system for air traffic control from a distance.


Estfeed Smart Grid platform

Estfeed is a solution created by Elering and Cybernetica to securely and verifiably exchange data between the parties interconnected to the platform – between the data sources that store or provide the data and the data consumers which are energy services interested in using the data.


SplitKey mobile identity technology

SplitKey that provides secure authentication and digital signing and is at the core of the Smart-ID electronic identity solution used by millions in the Baltics.


Unified eXchange Platform was launched

Cybernetica launched secure data exchange technology Unified eXchange Platform, which is a further development of the Estonian X-Road and currently used in Japan, Ukraine, Aruba, Benin, Greenland and more.


Strategic alliance on cryptographic security

The company developed Sharemind’s prototype for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) which is a research and development agency of the United States Department of Defense.


Implementation of Estonian blue border surveillance

From 2009, Cybernetica’s marine radio communication and surveillance technologies are implemented at Estonian blue borders.


Sharemind privacy preserving technology

Sharemind secure analytics lets governments and companies analyse confidential data without compromising privacy. Sharemind protects data better than standard databases thanks to secret sharing, which allows sharing records with partners but retaining control.


Internet voting system in Estonia

Estonia became the first country in the world to allow online voting in elections. Cybernetica's researchers were the creators of the voting system and still help maintain the security and integrity by producing research on the topic.


New e-customs systems for the Tax and Customs Board

In 2004 Cybernetica developed new e-customs systems to ensure the readiness for joining the European Union. The partnership with the Tax and Customs Board is still actively ongoing today.


Estonian X-Road

The X-Road is know as the backbone of e-Estonia. Invisible yet crucial, it allows the nation’s various public and private sector e-service information systems to link up and function in harmony. The architects behind X-Road are the employees of Cybernetica.


Creating the Digital Signature Act

Cybernetica had an integral role in creating the Digital Signature Act of Estonia, which is one of the legislative foundations of e-governance in Estonia.


Timestamping technology

Cybernetica had an essential part in developing the time stamping technology that is used, for example, in the Estonian digital signature.


Cybernetica established as a private limited company

Cybernetica established as a private limited company, focusing on delivering integrated systems, maritime communications and surveillance, as well as continuing research into cryptography and protocols.


Institute of Cybernetics of the Academy of Sciences of Estonia is established

The Institute of Cybernetics, an applied research unit of the Academy of Sciences of Estonia. The applied research and development laboratory of the Institute had an integral role in delivering large scale factory automation projects, but also founding the scientific paradigms for information security and cryptography in Estonia.

We have come a long way, but we are nowhere near the end of our story just yet. We have always been on the bleeding edge of new technologies and will continue to push the boundaries of what is possible.

Our story starts already in the 1960s - the Institute of Cybernetics, a research institution, was the predecessor of what today is known as Cybernetica. Currently we have 5 product and service development departments: Cybersecurity, Data Exchange Technologies, Digital Identity Technologies, Information Security Systems and Surveillance Systems Department. On top of that, we also have an in-house Information Security Research Institute.