Putin Approves New Cybersecurity Doctrine

“Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday signed off on a broad-ranging plan aimed at bolstering the country’s defenses against cyberattacks from abroad and cracking down on perceived foreign influence.

The Kremlin’s new ‘information security doctrine’ comes as attention has focused on the rise in state-sponsored hacking after the US blamed Moscow for cyberattacks aimed at influencing last month’s presidential election.”

Source: Putin Approves New Cybersecurity Doctrine | SecurityWeek.Com

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