The Russian special presidential representative for international cooperation in information security says that Russia is going to advance the issue of cybersecurity at the UN General Assembly and at the BRICS Summit.
Russia intends to promote the issue of cybersecurity at the United Nations General Assembly as well as through regional platforms, such as BRICS summit, Andrei Krutskikh, a special presidential representative for international cooperation in information security, told the Isvestiya newspaper.
“The issue [of cybersecurity] will definitely be discussed at the General Assembly. But very important decisions will be made in the fist week of September, at BRICS summit. Very interesting proposals will be made public there,” Krutskikh said, as quoted by the newspaper.
According to the special presidential representative, Russia would continue working on international behaviour code in cyberspace and the rules would be eventually formulated due to joint efforts of members of Collective Security Treaty Organization, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and BRICS countries.
Source: Sputnik News.