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The BRICS states that today together account for over 900 mln internet users, remain underrepresented in the global internet governance discussions. To erect the ICTs as another pillar in its agenda the ‘new giants’ should get more engaged in the policy-making process and demonstrate well-orchestrat...

Since 1998, Russia and the USA have been conducting a dialogue on the issues of cybersecurity, both in multilateral frameworks and bilaterally. Throughout this time, there was more of a rivalry of two fundamentally different approaches with global projections than of a mutually beneficial cooperatio...

In 2014 cyberspace has become a distorted mirror for the global security agenda and what this mirror reflects now is a situation which could be described by Leo Trotsky’s formula ‘‘No peace no war’’ which was used almost a century ago to wreck the negotiations on the separate peace between the Germa...

On November 26-28, 2014, Geneva Center for Security Policy  (GCSP) held the 17-th Strategic Analysis and Planning Seminar (SPAS) "Russia after Ukraine/Crimea: Last afterglow of the Cold War Era or Raise of the Big Player/Actor in the New Bipolar World?”. The leading Russian and international experts...

Today the BRICS states have become one of the most massive and rapidly growing segments of the global internet community. In 2013 total number of internet users in BRICS states exceeded 900 mln (which accounted for 38% of the world’s internet audience) while still experiencing a meteor growth rangin...

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24.02.2015

The head of the NTIA, Larry Strickling, has confirmed the US government’s March 2014 statement on its intention to transfer control of IANA functions to the global community of stakeholders.  But, unfortunately, a clear outline of these future plans is not yet available.  It is not yet known what body will monitor how well ICANN carries out its functions, or what will happen if the quality of implementation of the IANA’s function proves to be unacceptable.” – Michael Medrish, Director of the Internet Support Foundation.

26.12.2014

“2014 has marked significant changes in the Russian approach to Internet governance and regulation in the Internet sector. The issue of securing unhampered functioning of the Russian internet segment in case the global DNS system is affected was in focus of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Communications and other state bodies. It is impossible to overlook the trend of intensifying cooperation with China on the issues of setting up a secure and resilient infrastructure within national segments of the Internet”, – Oleg Demidov, Program Director “International Information Security and Global Internet Governance” at PIR Center.

24.12.2014

Best wishes of success and happiness in the New Year. PIR Center takes this opportunity to express our gratitude for your devotion and interest and extend our heartfelt greetings for the season. We wish you a wonderful year ahead and hope that 2015 brings you joy, good health and prosperity.

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Demidov Oleg V. image
Name: Demidov Oleg V.
City: Moscow
Affiliation: PIR Center
Position: Consultant
Expertise:
International legal regulation in cybersecurity area
Social media
Cyber security
National and international cyber strategies
Biography :

Oleg Demidov graduated from the School of Public Administration at Moscow State University of Lomonosov in 2010. Currently, Oleg has been working on his Ph.D thesis at Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University). In 2011-2012, he held the position of Project Coordinator at Center for Political and International Studies (CPIS) under the International Federation for Peace and Conciliation. Since 2012, he has served as an expert to the Commission on Information Security and Cybercrime at the Russian Association for Electronic Communications (RAEC). In 2013-2014, he held the position of Director of the Program International Information Security and Global Internet Governance at PIR Center. 

Since 2011 Oleg has been participating in the international project “A Twenty-First Century Concert of Powers” conducted by Frankfurt Peace Research Institute (PRIF) (through 2014). He is the author of a number of research articles on information security, cybersecurity, and global internet governance in PIR Center’s Security Index journal and other editions. Oleg serves as the Secretary of the Working Group on International Information Security and Global Internet Governance under PIR Center Advisory Board. In March 2014 Oleg became a member of the Research Advisory Network (RAN) under the Global Commission on Internet Governance (CGIG). Oleg attends major international conferences and summits on the issues of cybersecurity and internet governance in Russia and abroad. He speaks English fluently.  


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Combat action and massive attacks in the cyberspace have moved on from the realm of media speculation and science fiction to become a very real and urgent challenge to international security. In the 21st century wars are spreading, slowly but surely, to cyberspace and the outer space. There has not ...

Presentation for the briefing on the Shanghai Cooperation Organization within the framework of second meeting of the Study group on cybrsecurity under the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP). Bengaluru, India, October 12, 2012.

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