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Russia’s Global Information Security Initiatives

... technologies. One of the most important achievements of Russian cyber diplomacy was the approval by the UN General Assembly of the Russian resolution (A/RES/73/27), which formulated a set of 13 rules and norms of responsible behavior of states in the Internet space (ban on the use of intermediaries to commit cyberattacks, mandatory justification of any accusations of cyberattacks, assistance to states affected by cyberattacks if they request for help, cooperation with the private sector and civil society organizations in implementing the rules of responsible behavior of states in the Internet space). [ ...


RIAC and EWI hold an international seminar “Russia-US Cyber Cooperation – Building New Relations”

... cooperative action and early warning of cyber attacks; the state’s role in the Internet development and the interaction of the Internet and business communities of the two countries. They also made important observations on existing problems in relations ... ... for Public Networks, Russian Association for Electronic Communications) and business community (ICANN, Microsoft, Group-IB, Rusatom Overseas, Silicon Valley Data Science). RIAC was represented by its Director General Andrey Kortunov; Director of Legal ...


Meeting held with Microsoft experts at RIAC

The Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the EastWest Institute held an expert meeting with Microsoft representatives on 17 June 2015. The discussion touched upon such issues as U.S. regulatory practices in cybersecurity, the protection of critical public and private infrastructure online, the development of national strategies to counter cyber threats using the experience of the U.S. and the EU as well as opportunities for radical improvements in U.S.-Russian bilateral cooperation...


iEurope: European Integration vs. Internet Fragmentation

In 2012, Harvard researcher Jonah Force Hill discovered an Internet trend he titled fragmentation, i.e. the drive toward the nationalization of the Internet within individual states, despite the information space’s global nature. There are plenty of examples of this, and proof that this phenomenon is taking ...


Bone of Contention between Silicon Valley and Washington

... Senate, notes , “the National Security Agency and the CIA could not do what they do without Silicon Valley. In effect, it became part of the activities of the NSA. The heads of some companies are definitely trying to hide that fact.” “Internet Freedom” “Internet Freedom” is a priority in the international communications and information policy in the U.S. Department of State. In 2013, the Department of State’s total investment in innovative programmes exceeded ...


A Cocktail Umbrella in the Cyber Typhoon: Obama’s New “Cyber Executive Order”

... originator of malicious cyber activity is problematic. In today’s world we find out more about who did what by listening to internet chatter-bragging that takes place after a major incident. If no such chatter exists, then the United States tends to ... ... cyber incidents, but rather too many likely targets. Until the U.S. government has the tools to unpack and separate out the thousands of threads used by cyber actors to entangle their activities, the civil/governmental ambiguity problem could ostensibly ...


Obama: Silicon Valley rather than Putin

... political powers, but also, more and more jobs and industries. In the end, this intertwining between public and private resources directly serves the interests of the White House. This has created a comprehensive and unrivaled powerhouse, allowing the USA to orchestrate “interpenetration imperialism” reinforced by questionable rhetoric about “Internet freedom”, all designed to encourage the opening up of markets to US capital. In 2015, one should keep this in mind when dealing with the United States.


Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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