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On March 29, 2019, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a discussion on Russian Approaches to Ensuring Cybersecurity, organized by "Creative Diplomacy" Center and RIAC. The event was held to familiarize foreign participants of Meeting Russia program with a Russian view on a wide range of issues in the area of cybersecurity, including attribution of cyberattacks, strengthening cooperation and trust between states in the use of ICT, etc.

On March 29, 2019, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a discussion on Russian Approaches to Ensuring Cybersecurity, organized by "Creative Diplomacy" Center and RIAC. The event was held to familiarize foreign participants of Meeting Russia program with a Russian view on a wide range of issues in the area of cybersecurity, including attribution of cyberattacks, strengthening cooperation and trust between states in the use of ICT, etc.

Particular emphasis in the discussion was made on the latest achievements of Russian diplomacy at the United Nations platform in the area of international information security (IIS).

Timur Makhmutov, RIAC Deputy Director of Programs, and Anastasia Tolstukhina, RIAC Program Assistant, represented Russian International Affairs Council at the event, giving comments on the prospects of the UN track in IIS provisioning.

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