PIR Center Program Coordinator Alexandra Kulikova takes part in OSCE Chairmanship Event on Effective Strategies to Cyber/ICT Security Threats, October 29-30, 2015 Belgrade, Serbia


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The latest issue of CyberPulse e-journal September-October, 2015


MOSCOW, NOVEMBER 10, 2015. PIR PRESS – “Together China, Russia and the US form a minimum critical group that could change the international legal regime of conduct in cyberspace, and influence the situation in international cybersecurity” — Oleg Demidov, PIR Center consultant.

On November 6, 2015, subscribers of the CyberPulse received the latest issue of the e-journal (No. 5 (17) September-October 2015, in Russian).

The focus of the new issue (in Russian) is the first meeting of telecom and IT Ministers of BRICS member-states that took place on October 22-23, 2015, in Moscow. Heads of ICT industries of Brazil, China, India, Russia and South Africa adopted a communiqué on “Expanding of collaboration in spheres of telecom and IT communications”. Representatives of the governments discussed de-monopolisation of global software and IT equipment market and internet critical infrastructure management.

Opportunities for Russia, USA and China cooperation was the key topic of the report presented by PIR Center consultant Oleg Demidov at the Trialogue Club International meeting on September 29, 2015. The expert addressed the meeting with a report on “Russia-China-United States: Setting the Global Rules of the Game in Cyberspace”.  “Together China, Russia and the US as the participants of the international dialogue in the field of cybersecurity have such force and wield such influence that any agreement among them or any established norm could become a precedent for all of the international community. They form a minimum critical group that could change the international legal regime of conduct in cyberspace, and influence the situation in international cybersecurity” – Oleg Demidov concluded.

Alexandra Kulikova participated in the Workshop on Effective Strategies to Cyber/ICT Security Threats. The event was held on October 29-30, 2015, in Belgrade in the framework of Serbia's OSCE Chairmanship.

In the new issue of CyberPulse, the reader will also find out about the threats the Internet of Things is associated with. Dan York, Senior Content Strategist at ISOC, granted Cyberpulse with an interview mentioning that at the moment the security issues cannot slow down the deployment of IoT globally because “people want programmed convenience, and the vendors are rushing right ahead to win the market share”.

The new issue is available on the PIR Center site.

To subscribe to CyberPulse for free, all you have to do is register on the site and follow the link.

Please direct all questions about the electronic journal CyberPulse to PIR Center Program Coordinator “Global Internet Management and International Information Security” Alexandra Kulikova by telephone +7 (495) 987 19 15  or by email kulikova at