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India in the Era of Cyber Wars

... certain individuals and to find roughly 3,000 children missing in New Delhi. There are plans to complete the development of a new cybersecurity strategy by 2020; it is intended to ensure the protection of important data given the introduction of 5G technology ... ... Ocean region; on the other hand, U.S. secret services continue to conduct cyber ops that threaten India’s national security. Russia is one of the few great powers that has interests in the region and does not attack India in cyberspace. This is due primarily ...

29.07.2019

Cyberwarfare without Rules

... carried out on critical infrastructure was even put to President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin during a live Q&A on Russian television, to which he responded : “As to the operation of our critical infrastructure, including power and other ... ... cyberattacks and the rules of conduct in ICT. The Informational Security of Critical Infrastructure Pavel Karasev: New U.S. Cybersecurity Strategies Protecting critical infrastructure from malicious attacks in the ICT environment is a crucial national ...

24.07.2019

What Insurance Can Offer for Global Cyberspace Stability and Resilience

... cyber insurance market is just getting started. As of a few years ago, only 20 or so companies in Russia were covered by cyber risk insurance , and they were all covered by foreign insurers. But with the government’s declared priority to develop Russia’s digital economy, this is very likely to change. Who should buy cyber insurance? Does every company need cyber risk coverage? Ilona Stadnik: A New Cybersecurity Diplomacy: Are States Losing Ground in Norm-making? Well, this depends on your business model and a company’s exposure to cyber risk. The decision to buy cyber insurance should be preceded by a thorough assessment of your organization’s ...

27.06.2019

Russian Companies Breaking Into the Brazilian IT Market

Kaspersky Lab’s contract with the Brazilian armed forces will play the part of the proverbial canary in a coal mine: it will be indicative of the new Brazilian administration’s attitude towards Russian IT businesses going forward Following the inauguration of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who is known for his pro-American views, the already meager Russian-Brazilian relations can now be compared to a toss of a coin. This is in stark contrast ...

26.06.2019

Protecting Personal Data: Who Is the Governor?

... country’s economic capability to successfully implement the project, while partly supporting the idea. Third, suspicious international reactions are detrimental to the country’s image. Pavel Sharikov: Protecting Sensitive Data: The Experience of Russia and the US 3. Juggling various interests Following the Cybersecurity law of 2017, China introduced the non-binding national standard Personal Information Security Specification that is somewhat similar to GDPR. The main focus of the document, however, lies in ensuring national security while still making ...

11.06.2019

RIAC at Cyber Forum in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

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

27.04.2019

UK–Russia Security Relations: Talking To, Not Past Each Other

RIAC and RUSI Report, #45 / 2019 A report based on findings from the third round of the UK–Russia Track 1.5 (non-governmental) bilateral security dialogue, which The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) held in collaboration with the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC). The first year of the project identified several security and ...

05.04.2019

Two Cyber Resolutions Are Better Than None

... Assembly. The final report, which does not require a consensus of all participants, is expected to contain written national materials on how international law applies to the use of ICT by states. Complementarity Instead of Competition Ilona Stadnik: A New Cybersecurity Diplomacy: Are States Losing Ground in Norm-making? On the whole, Russia and the United States proposed two largely competing resolutions. Therefore, discussion on ISS will be more complicated and multilevel, as the dialogue space on the issue is fragmented, especially since the degree of mutual distrust between the ...

26.02.2019
 

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  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
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     27 (26%)
    While the situation benefits Kim Jong-un's and Trump's domestic agenda, there will be no solution  
     22 (21%)
    Armed conflict still cannot be avoided  
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