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The joint U.S.–Russia draft resolution on international information security is a new milestone on the path towards establishing an international regime for information security
The first committee of the 76
session of the UN General Assembly has adopted a draft resolution on international information security sponsored by Russia and the United States by consensus. The document has a record number of co-sponsors, with 107 countries putting their name to the document, although it is Russia and...
No global governance in the digital domain is better than a poorly regulated system spinning its wheels
Today, information space has become a field of confrontation involving major digital platforms, governments, societies and individual users. Stories featuring latest
to limit the influence of social networks and
the digital sphere, where there is no governance at the international level, are those that grab the headlines of many online media...
In its recently published mid-year Cyber Threat Report, the cybersecurity firm SonicWall reveals that the total number of ransomware attacks in the first and second quarters of 2021 has reached 304.7 million, up 151% from a year prior and already surpassing 2020’s total of 304.6 million attacks. Citing high-profile ...
“Enlightened self-interest” and “invisible hands” as guiding principles have not served the global community well
“Enlightened self-interest” and “invisible hands” as guiding principles have not served the global community well. If the challenge of the current pandemic is ever to be decisively surmounted, it is going to be through a joint response. The hope is that this common effort will be transformational for the global community and will lead to emergence of new pathways and institutions for...
Kaspersky is a global company. We have a large staff from different countries and, along with the Russian HQ, we have 33 more offices in more than 30 countries around the world. Research and development is in Russia; however, cybersecurity expertise, research teams and many other functions are located across the globe. We feel this ‘global nature’ even through our everyday tasks. For instance, we are currently working to create game-based cyber capacity training on technical ...
... which was enshrined in strategic documents adopted during Trump’s presidency. However, this perception will most likely subsist under the current administration.
The first cyber crisis happened before Joe Biden’s inauguration. In December 2020, the cybersecurity company FireEye discovered that
, a software package used by thousands of customers, including U.S. government agencies, had been hacked. The attack, which many believed had been carried out by Russia, was a big story in the ...
. See “Building Mutual Security in the Euro-Atlantic Region: Report Prepared for Presidents, Prime Ministers, Parliamentarians, and Publics,” for a more in-depth discussion of missile defenses (pages 15–17), cybersecurity (pages 24–25), and space (pages 26–27), along with nuclear weapons, prompt-strike forces, and conventional forces. Available at:
... proposals and comments made during the plenary sessions and those on various draft reports at the stage of negotiations are accessible on the official UN ODA website. Besides, in cooperation with the OAS, UN ODA and Kenya, ICT4Peace organized a series of cybersecurity policy and diplomacy training workshops for Latin American and African diplomats.
On Friday, March 12, 2021, after one and half years of proceedings, the UN Open Ended Working Group (OEWG) on Information and Telecommunications (ICT) in the ...
... levels who would then be included into a kind of international directory.
A group of over 40 countries led by France and Egypt managed to get an initiative of their own—
back in the fall of 2020 and urging to introduce a permanent forum on cybersecurity to replace the OEWG and GGE—included in the recommendations. The initiative, dubbed as the Programme of Action for Advancing Responsible State Behaviour in Cyberspace, appears in one of the paragraphs in the OEWG report, which lends weight ...