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On April 22–25, 2019, the 13th International Forum on the Problems of International Information Security was held in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany).

The forum was organized by the National Association for International Information Security (NAIIS) and gathered over 100 experts from 18 countries (the USA, the UK, Canada, China, Japan, Germany, etc.).

On April 22–25, 2019, the 13th International Forum on the Problems of International Information Security was held in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany).

The forum was organized by the National Association for International Information Security (NAIIS) with the International Affairs Journal and gathered over 100 experts from 18 countries (the USA, the UK, Canada, China, Japan, Germany, etc.). The participants discussed various aspects of international information security, including the problem of application of the norms, rules, and principles of responsible behavior of states in the ICT environment, international cooperation in preventing ICT use for hostile military-political goals, improving public-private partnerships in ensuring the security of critical information infrastructure.

Anastasia Tolstukhina, RIAC Website Editor and Program Assistant, made a presentation on “Business Initiatives in Forming Rules and Standards for Responsible Behavior in the Digital Space”.

13th International Forum «Partnership of State Authorities, Civil Society, and the Business Community in Ensuring International Information Security» (Garmisch-Partenkirchen)

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