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MOSCOW, November 29. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia is among five Internet-countries with most reliable infrastructures of the net, director of the Coordinating Centre for the national domen on the Internet Andrei Kolesnikov told the parliamentary hearings at the Federation Council, which were devoted to the draft of the country’s cyber security concept.
“The Coordinating Center has analysed widely the practices in the Internet-countries,” he said. “From the point of view of the business potential and the monetary turnover on the Internet, we are leading in Europe. We have realized that Russia is among five leading countries along with the US, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the UK.” From the point of view of reliable infrastructures, mutual communications with the surrounding world and number of channels with other countries — “everything is fine with us.”
Kolesnikov added the experts had analysed state documents on national cyber security and their conclusion is the country requires a document of the kind. The year-long work on the draft concept featured core authorities under the support from the Federation Council. Now the document is to undergo public discussions.