Source: Republic of Poland in English
We ensure the security of our country. This is possible, among other things, thanks to companies such as Siltec. This is a company that has been dealing with ICT and radio communication solutions for 40 years. They provide full support for institutions, government agencies and international organisations such as NATO. The government does everything it can to support Polish entrepreneurs during the crisis. For this reason, we created the Anti-Crisis Shield during the pandemic; now we offer support under the Anti-Inflation Shield.
Polish investment in cybersecurity
During his visit to Siltec, the head of the Polish government announced the strengthening of the cooperation between companies and the Polish administration. The Prime Minister emphasised that together with Polish entrepreneurs we would be able to offer the best state-of-the-art solutions to all countries around the world, including NATO and the European Union.
‘It is clear that we need to work together with our companies on the best solutions to help them survive, to get through these difficult months, difficult years,’ said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. He also added: ‘War is also waged in cyberspace. It can hit systems and paralyse the defence systems of countries like Ukraine and countries like Poland. All NATO countries know this. That is why, today, we also make huge investments in this area.’
Support for Poles under government shields
During the pandemic, we introduced the Anti-Crisis Shield, which helped Polish enterprises during that difficult time. Thanks to our solutions, we saved millions of jobs – companies were able to keep their employees. Our actions have had a real impact on the economic situation – Poland has one of the lowest levels of unemployment in the entire European Union.
Russia’s barbaric attack on Ukraine has caused another global crisis. That is why we introduced the Anti-Inflation Shield, which provides for a zero VAT rate on basic food products, gas and fertilisers, and a lower VAT rate on electricity, heat and fuel. We have also reduced taxes under the Anti-Putin Shield – PIT from 17% to 12%.
‘I can see that Polish entrepreneurs are ready for the difficult times that are still to come. Thanks to the Anti-Putin Shield, we have helped companies save several billion zlotys. By taking appropriate actions – lowering tax rates – we have also helped citizens save tens of billions of zlotys,’ said the head of Polish government.
State-of-the-art technology for military and police purposes
Siltec, a company based in Pruszków, has been offering ICT and radio communication solutions since 1982. It has over 20 years of experience in the field of IT. This Polish company offers the state-of-the-art technological solutions from Poland and abroad.
‘Poland does not want to be just a subcontractor, and if we want more than just to use other people’s projects, we have to develop our own solutions. Just like Siltec, here, in Pruszków. This is a company that exports its products to almost all NATO countries and to many EU member states. So, you can imagine how highly advanced technologies are produced here,’ said the Prime Minister.
It provides services to institutions, government agencies and organisations such as the European Union and NATO. Thanks to its experience and reliability, Siltec has been accredited by the Council of the European Union as a manufacturer and certified by NATO as a supplier of TEMPEST equipment.