18/03/2012
Russia´s Cyber-Strategy Published

From about 3 months Russia has its own cyber-strategy. The document titled “Conceptual Views Regarding the Activity of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in the Information Space” was written in 2011 and published on the Defense Ministry’s website in early 2012.From about 3 months Russia has its own cyber-strategy. The document titled “Conceptual Views Regarding the Activity of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in the Information Space” was written in 2011 and published on the Defense Ministry’s website in early 2012.ciicc

15/03/2012
U.S. and UK reaffirm partnership on cybersecurity

President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron reaffirmed the vital partnership between U.S. and UK on cybersecurity.

09/03/2012
Chinese Capabilities for Computer Network Operations and Cyber Espionage

The study is intended to be a detailed follow up and expansion upon a 2009 assessment prepared by Northrop Grumman for the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission of China’s evolving computer network operations capabilities and network intrusion incidents attributed to China.

29/02/2012
NATO’s Cyber Capabilities: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

On February 27, the Atlantic Council hosted a panel discussion on NATO’s evolving role in cyber defense and security. The panel discussed key cyber challenges confronting the transatlantic Alliance. The event also served as the launch for a new issue brief "NATO´s Cyber Capabilities: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow", authored by Jason Healey, director of the Atlantic Council´s Cyber Statecraft Initiative, and Leendert van Bochoven, NATO and European Defense leader at IBM.

22/02/2012
World Economic Forum´s Global Risks 2012 Report

In its seventh edition, the World Economic Forum´s Global Risks Report features more refined risk descriptions and rigorous data analysis covering 50 global risks. It aims to improve public and private sector efforts to map, monitor, manage and mitigate global risks. It is also a “call to action” for the international community to improve current efforts at coordination and collaboration, as none of the global risks highlighted respects national boundaries.


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