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Cybersecurity Policy Blog

We share government affairs stories, discuss policy-making in cybersecurity and show how Kaspersky provides protection without borders

Based on a speech at the Group of 77 Workshop on Preventing and Combating Cybercrime, supported by the Russian Federation and the United...
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Just like oil, if not more so, data makes our world run. It’s not surprising then that all the new regulations – from Europe to Australia –...
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For the last several years, cybersecurity has become “topic du jour” for almost everyone: for companies as they need to protect their...
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Why states tend to sacrifice privacy even more for higher security
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The ASEAN countries announced building vibrant digital economies as their priority and may well be on the path to build one of the world’s...
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The digitalization of certain sectors and areas, which is gradually becoming the ‘digitalization of everything’, has promised to bring...
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The Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (the NIS Directive) – coming into force on May 9, 2018 – is ushering in a new...
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Adversity makes strange bedfellows: solving the digital skills crisis through public / private collaboration
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Driven by countries’ national security concerns, the new cyberspace landscape is increasingly similar to the geopolitical one. The more...
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In November 2017, ENISA, the EU cybersecurity agency, published its new report on the Baseline Security Recommendation for IoT in the...
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The soaring cybercrime rates in the region puts increasing pressure on high-tech crime divisions of the cyber agencies and police units in...
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Industry players agree that the insurance industry role in driving improvements in cybersecurity may bring numerous benefits to insurers,...
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