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International Information Security Association founded in Russia

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International Information Security Association founded in Russia


16.04.2018

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National Association of International Security is founded in Russia in response to the growing threat of cyber-attacks and their influence on political and social workflows, according to the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation.

The non-governmental institution was established by Lomonosov State University, Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs, by some other Russian Universities and International Life newspaper editorial staff. Director of Lomonosov State University Institute of Information Security Issues Institute of Vladislav Sherstyuk heads the new structure.

The Association joined leading Russian scientists and experts in the field of international information security. The central task of the organization is assistance in implementation of the state politics on international information security and advance of Russian initiatives in the field mentioned above.

The members of the Association are to cooperate with similar foreign structures, exchange experience with colleagues at various conferences and forums. The state bodies and governmental institutions dealing with information security will always be in need of this structure’s performance. 

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