Secretariat

Institute of Information Security Issues, Lomonosov Moscow State University




Infopartner

Digital Report




News

Agenda of the 16th Scientific Conference of the International Information Security Research Consortium and the 12th International Forum «Partnership of State Authorities, Civil Society and the Business Community in Ensuring International Information Security» (Garmisch-2018), dated April 11, 2018.

On April 10, 2018, the National Association for International Information Security (NAIIS) was established in Russia. The Constituent Assembly of the Association was held in the Main Building of the Lomonosov Moscow State University (TASS News Agency).

Draft Agenda of the 16th International Information Security Research Consortium Conference.

Information message №1 of the 16th International Information Security Research Consortium Conference.

Timetable of the meetings of the 16th International Information Security Research Consortium Conference.

Go to All news

About consortium

  International Information Security Research Consortium (IISRC) established - April 25, 2010 in Germany


Ceremony of signing the Declaration (Germany, Garmisch-Partenkirchen)

  Initially IISRC includes 11 organizations from 9 countries:

  1. Information Security Institute of Lomonosov Moscow State University
  2. National Academy of Sciences of Belarus the United Institute of Informatics Problems
  3. Internet Society of Bulgaria
  4. Cybercrime Research Institute (Germany)
  5. IT Security E-Government Division, Israel
  6. Indian Institute of Information Technology in Allahabad
  7. China Association for International Friendly Contact (CAIFC)
  8. “MFI SOFT” LLC (Russia)
  9. The State University of New York (SUNY) (USA)
  10. Global Cyber Risk LLC (USA)
  11. Tokai University (Japan)
  As of May 2017, the International Information Security Research Consortium (IISRC) includes 28 organizations from 18 countries.
  List of organizations – joined IISRC since 2010:
  1. EastWest Institute (USA)
  2. Defence Research and Development Organization, Ministry of Defence, India
  3. Khazar University (Azerbaijan)
  4. PayPal Inc. (USA)
  5. Qafqaz University (Azerbaijan)
  6. SecDev Foundation (Canada)
  7. Institute of Information Security & Cryptology at Gumilyov Eurasian National University (Khazahstan)
  8. Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications (IE&T) under Kyrgyz State Technical University named after I. Razzakov
  9. Insubria Center on International Security (Italy)
  10. Korea University Cyber Law Centre (Republic of Korea)
  11. ZTE Inc. (China)
  12. ICT4Peace Foundation (Switzerland)
  13. MMC "NORILSK NICKEL" (Russia)
  14. International Institute for Strategic Studies (United Kingdom)
  15. Cyber Policy Institute (Estonia)
  16. Kaspersky Lab (Russia)
  17. “International Affairs” Journal (Russia)

Consortium List of priorities and research projects:

  • Escalatory Models: Development of shared models of escalation in cyber conflict, including definitions of hostility levels;

  • Civilian Infrastructures: International legal status of civilian cyber infrastructures in the context of peace or war;

  • Cyber Definitions: Definitions of information warfare and cyber defense topics;

  • Cyber Law: International legal frameworks to increase stability of intergovernmental relations and promote orderly international economic processes;

  • Codes of Conduct: Development of shared norms for behavior in cyber space for individuals, countries and non-state actors;

  • Cyber Terrorism: International agreements to counter non-state actors seeking to launch cyber attacks on countries or provoke conflicts among countries using cyber means;

  • Cyber Crime: Legal and technical coordination against cyber crime;

  • Technical Cooperation: International mutual assistance across public and private spheres to improve cyber situational awareness, enhance protection of critical infrastructures and respond to significant cyber failures or attacks;

  • Protection of the Commons: Framework to separate technical architectures and operation of cyber space from economic and political issues and provide separate mechanisms on the technical plane or the political economic level for resolving differences or marshalling international cooperation;

  • Industrial Espionage: International legal framework for industrial espionage whether sponsored by states or whether its fruits are purchased on criminal black markets by states.

  • Adaptation of International Law to Conflicts in the Information Space;

  • Information Security of Critical Infrastructure.

Analytics

21.05.2018
Интервью с директором НИИ информационной безопасности и криптологии ЕНУ им. Л.Н.Гумилева, Членом общественного совета МОАП РК Ержаном Сейткуловым.

26.07.2017
20 лет поиска государственной границы в виртуальной реальности.

07.04.2017
Стратегия кибервойны: главные цели атак (о кибератаках на объекты критичной информационной инфраструктуры).

24.06.2016
Руководитель группы Проблем информационной безопасности ЦМБ ИМЭМО РАН им. Е.М. Примакова Н.П. Ромашкина о роли России в процессе обеспечения международной информационной безопасности.

Краткий комментарий и предложения к п.13 Доклада Группы правительственных экспертов по достижениям в сфере информатизации и телекоммуникаций в контексте международной безопасности (70-я сессия Генеральной Ассамблеи ООН, 22 июля 2015 года, A/70/174).

Discussion paper "Recurring questions pertaining to the possible military dimensions of cyber warfare" Maurizio Martellini, Sandro Gaycken, Clay Wilson

"Internet Sovereignty" Sanjay Goel

Go to All publications