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MOSCOW, March 10 /TASS/. Russian Vice-Premier Dmitry Rogozin has ordered the creation of a council for cyber security that will operate under the Military Industrial Commission, Sergei Shishkaryov, the first deputy chairman of the Russian government’s Maritime Board, told journalists on Tuesday. He added that an inter-departmental working group for information security would also be set up.
"Mr. Rogozin ordered the creation of a council for cyber security within the framework of the Military Industrial Commission and use it as a floor for carrying out an inventory of all laws and legislative acts; harmonize the legislation and get down to working out meaningful rather than declarative legislative acts that will help ensuring legislative regulation in matters of information security," Shishkaryov said.