How to Tame the Cyber Beast?
There is no other way to work constructively in cybersecurity but together
CyberCrime and CyberPunishment: Hackers and the State
On November 23, 2017, Dostoyevsky Library hosted an «Urban Breakfast» focusing on «CyberCrime and CyberPunishment: Hackers and the State».
Pavel Sharikov, Director of the Applied Research Center at the RAS Institute for U.S. and Canadian Studies, Vesta Matveeva, Senior Digital Forensic Expert at Group-IB, and Maria Smekalova, Coordinator of Cybersecurity Project at RIAC, were involved as presenters.
International Security and «Turbid Waters» of Cyberspace
Cyberspace will increasingly resemble a huge and ever-growing stream of "turbid water" where everyone, including terrorists, can catch their "fish", avoiding any responsibility for the actions performed
Islamic State after ISIS. Colonies without Metropole or Cyber Activism?
Interview with Dr. Joseph Fitsanakis
Protecting Sensitive Data: The Experience of Russia and the US
The issue of data protection has long been a priority of domestic political regulation and international relations. But the question remains: What approaches to protecting confidentiality exist?