The fourteenth international Forum «Partnership of State, business and civil society in ensuring international information security»

Security and sustainability of the ICT-environment for prosperity

The forum is held by National Association for International Information Security (NAIIS) (Russian Federation)

O.V. Khramov, Deputy Secretary of the Russian Federation Security Council, Chairman of the NAIIS Supervisory Board

A.V. Krutskikh, Special Representative of the Russian Federation President for international cooperation issues in the information security field, member of the NAIIS Presidium

V.P. Sherstyuk, President of the National Association for international information security

The Forum purpose is to discuss the priority directions of expert study regarding cooperation problems between States in the use of the ICT-environment and ways to solve them to ensure international peace and economic prosperity of the world’s States.

December 7, 2020 Monday

09.00-9.30   Participants registration

9.30-12.00   Plenary Session

«Current problems of ensuring international peace and maintaining sustainable development in the global information society»:

 – International legal regulation of the critical information infrastructure objects security whose activities are global in nature (the Internet root server system, international payment systems, air ticket sales systems, etc.);

– Existing and potential threats in the context of a pandemic;

– Implementation the principle of States sovereign equality in the information space;

– Norms, rules and principles for States responsible behavior;

– International relations related to the development, production and use of ICTs that are not regulated by international law;

– Confidence-building measures;

– Prevention of inclusion the hidden malicious functions in ICTs that can be used to undermine the security and reliability of the ICTs use, as well as to undermine trust between trade partners and damage national security;

– Capacity-building;

– Regular established dialog.

1.Vladislav Petrovich Sherstyuk (NAIIS President)
2.Sergey Mikhailovich Boyko (head of the Secretary office Department of the Russian Federation Security Council)
3.Chuck Barry (independent expert, USA)
4.Andrey Vladimirovich Krutskikh (Special representative of the Russian Federation President, Head of the International information security Department (DIIS) in MFA Russia)
5.Vladimir Alekseevich Shin (Deputy Director of the DIIS in MFA Russia)
6.Daniel Stauffacher (President of the ICT4PEACE Foundation, Switzerland)
7.Alexander Vladimirovich Yakovenko (Rector of the Diplomatic Academy of MFA Russia)
8.Chen Zhiming (Chairman of the Chinese people’s Association for friendship with foreign countries)
9.Vadim Olegovich Zapivakhin (an expert of the Russian Defense Ministry)
10.Nikolay Nikolaevich Murashev (Deputy Director of the National coordination center for computer incidents of the Russian Federal Security Service)
11.Andrey Valerievich Chakheev (Managing Director, head of the cybersecurity methodology Department of the cybersecurity Department in Sberbank)
12.Andrey Aleksandrovich Vorobiev (Director of the coordination Centre of domains .RU/.РФ)
13.Andrey Olegovich Bezrukov (NAIIS Vice-President, Advisor to the President of JSC “NC ” Rosneft»)

12.00-18.30 Round table № 1

«International law and confidence-building measures in the ICT-environment: political and legal issues»:

– Universal standards for delineating the areas of States responsibility in the ICT- environment when applying voluntary, non-binding norms, principles and rules of States responsible behavior in the ICT-environment (Resolution of the UN General Assembly 73rd Session, 2018);

– State sovereignty, international norms and principles deriving from sovereignty and governing international relations in the use of ICTs;

– States jurisdiction over the ICT infrastructure located on their territory;

– International legal regime for the security of critical information infrastructure objects.

 Moderator – Anatoly Alexandrovich Streltsov, member of the NAIIS Presidium
1.Vladislav Petrovich Sherstyuk (NAIIS President), Anatoly Alexandrovich Streltsov (member of the NAIIS Presidium) – «Key issues of legal support of international information security»
2.Adam Cooper (Senior researcher of the Program «Global cooperation in cyberspace», Centre for humanitarian dialogue, Switzerland) – «The challenge of developing effective CBMs: observations from a mediation and dialogue perspective»
3.Sanjay Goel (Professor, New York state University, USA) – «Militarization of AI and Threat to World Stability»
4.Caitríona Heinl (Executive Director , The Azure Forum for Contemporary Security Strategy, Ireland (CLG)) – «Regional confidence-building measures in the ICT environment»
5.Catherine Lotrionte (Director, Institute of law, Georgetown University, USA) – «The future of international law for cyberspace»
6.Andrey Vitalyevich Morozov (head of the Department, Moscow law Institute of the Russian justice Ministry) – «Training of highly qualified legal personnel in the field of international information security»
7.Eneken Tikk (Executive Director, cyber policy Institute, Estonia) – «How international law applies to state use of ICTs»
8.Galina Georgievna Shinkaretskaya (Senior researcher, the Institute of state and law at the Russian Academy of Sciences) – «Universal standards for delineating the areas of States responsibility in the ICT- environment when applying voluntary, non-binding norms, principles and rules of States responsible behavior in the ICT-environment»
9.Tatyana Anatolyevna Polyakova (Head of the sector, the Institute of state and law at the Russian Academy of Sciences) – «Legal problems of implementing the state sovereignty principle in the ICT-environment in the context of digital transformation»
10.Peter Uvarovich Kuznetsov (head of the Department, Ural law University) – «Some methodological features of the implementation of the Russian Federation sovereignty in the information space»
11.Sergey Olegovich Savin (Secretary-referent, the DIIS in the Russian foreign Ministry) – « Cooperation with African countries on the issue of the IIS»
12.Astamur Anatolyevich Tedeev (Deputy Dean, the Higher school of state audit, Lomonosov Moscow state University) – «Information (digital) sovereignty in modern international law»
13.Luigi Martino (University of Florence) – «Cyberspace and International Relations: the landscape of diplomatic initiatives to secure the ICT-arena»
14.Andrei Leonidovich Kozik (Regional Legal Adviser at the delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)) – «International Humanitarian Law and the protection to critical  infrastructure»

December 8, 2020 Tuesday

9.00-13.00   Round table № 2

«International law and confidence-building measures in the ICT- environment: technical regulation problems in the ICT- environment»:

– International legal consolidation of borders of State responsibility zones in the ICT-environment;

– Fixing the borders of national critical information infrastructure objects;

– Fixing information about violations of norms, principles and rules of States responsible behavior in the ICT-environment;

– Fixing the information required for attribution of States affected by the incident in the ICT-environment.

 Moderator – Markov Alexey S., Member of the NAIIS  
1.Markov Alexey S. (President, Group of companies “Echelon”) – “Problematic issues of attribution and regulation of information security”
2.Pilyugin Pavel L. (Senior researcher, IIS of MSU named after M.V.Lomonosov) – “Zone of the responsibility of States in the information space”
3.Baranov Alexander P. (Head of Department, Gubkin University) – “Remote user identification over the Internet in the international trade and economic relations”
4.Zharova Anna K. (Senior researcher, ISL of RAS) – “Ensuring of information security of the ICT facilities”
5.Kapustin Anatoly Y. (First Deputy Director, Institute of legislation and comparative law under the Government of the Russian Federation, President of the Russian Association of international law) – “International legal concept of state sovereignty in the field of ICT use”
6.Elin V.M. (Gubkin University) – “Organizational and legal aspects of information security management of information infrastructure objects”
7.Timofeev Yuri A. (Deputy Chairman, National technical Committee for standardization) – “About the state of the international technical regulation in the field of security of the ICT environment”
8.Patel Ashraf (Researcher, Global dialogue Institute, South Africa) – “Assessing the effectiveness of the Internet Governance Forum IGF in promoting an inclusive Internet”
9.Gorzhaltsan Vladimir A. (First Deputy Director, Coordination center for domains “.RU”) – “Visualization of geolocation and topology of autonomous systems and processes in the ICT environment”
10.Anisimov Mikhail V. (Senior Manager, ICANN, USA) – “ICANN as an observer of the current discussion in the government and international organizations in the field of international cybersecurity”

14.30-18.30 Seminar-Round table № 3

«Problems of resolving international disputes caused by incidents in the ICT- environment by peaceful means»:

– Incidents in the ICT-environment;

– Detection violations of norms, principles and rules of States responsible behavior in the ICT-environment;

– Attribution of States violating voluntary, non-binding norms, principles and rules of States responsible behavior in the ICT-environment;

– Resolving international disputes arising from incidents in the ICT-environment.

 Moderator – Miroshnikov Boris N., Member of the Presidium of NAIIS  
1.Miroshnikov Boris N. (Vice President, Group of companies “Citadel”) – “The Problem of applying international law to counter computer crime”
2.Mallery John C. (Massachusetts Institute of technology, USA) – “Understanding the Analogy from Information Security to the 1972 Incidents At Sea Agreement: Managing Direct Cyber Confrontation Among Major Powers”
3.Toloraya Georgy D. (Head of the regional programs, Department of the Fund “Russian world”, Executive Director of the BRICS research National Committee) – “Problems of resolving international incidents in the ICT environment by peaceful means”
4.Komov Sergey A. (Expert of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation) – “Approaches of the Ministry of Defense to attribution of States guilty of violating the norms of responsible behavior in the information sphere”
5.Minbaleev Alexey V. (head of Department of information law and digital technologies, Moscow state law University named after O.E.Kutafin) – “Infogame in a “coronavirus” reality and the resistance to its implementation in the system of international information security”
6.Lewis James Andrew (Senior Vice President and Director, Strategic Technologies Program Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS),Washington, D.C.) – “A Consequences regime for state failure to observe agreed norms”
7.Babekin Dmitry V. (Head of the international treaties Section of the Department of international law and cooperation of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation) – “International legal aspects of attribution of the incidents in the ICT environment in the context of international dispute resolution
8.Romashkina Natalia P. (Head of the group of information security problems, IMEMO of the Russian Academy of Sciences) – “Strategic existing and potential threats to information security
9.Vurasko Alexander A. (Head of Department of the analysis of digital threats, the company INFOSECURITY) – “The impact of the development of the CaaS (Cybercrime as a service) concept on the ICT threat landscape”
10.Baumard Philippe (Polytechnic school of Paris, France) – “Let’s Never Wrong The People Again: Putting Humanity at the Center of Global Cyber Stability”

December 9, 2020 Wednesday

9.00-13.00   Seminar-Round table № 4

«Problems of international cooperation when ensuring business security in the ICT-environment»:

– Malicious and hostile use of ICTs against critical information infrastructure objects;

– Protection of critical information infrastructure objects;

– Providing assistance to States affected by incidents in the ICT-environment related to critical information infrastructure objects;

 Moderator – Grigoriev Dmitry I., Member of the NAIIS  
1.Grigoriev Dmitry I. (Director of the information security and IT-infrastructure Department of the company “Norilsk Nickel”) – “About some current issues of large industrial business in the context of the IIS”
2.Li Xin (Professor, Huangjaotang University, Suzhen Institute, China) – “Protection of critical information infrastructure by international law
3.Yarnykh Andrey Y. (Kaspersky Laboratory) – “The problems of countering to malicious use of ICT”
4.Petukhov Andrey N. (Head of the Department of MTUCI) – “Regulatory mechanisms and particularities of information security management of the critical information infrastructure objects”
5.Prof. Takahiro SASAKI (Research Institute of Footsie, Japan) -“Overview of China’s cyber warfare and multilateral cooperation
6.Galdin Andrey A. (Head of the Scientific-technical complex of the information society technologies of the company “NIIAS”) – “Legally protected electronic document management as the basis of efficiency and ensure continuity of the rail transport on the international transport corridors”
7.Kuehn Andreas, (Senior Program Associate, Global Cooperation in Cyberspace Program, EastWest Institute (USA) – “Global cooperation in cyberspace”
8.Ivanov Vladimir (Institute of the East-West, USA) – “The prospects for the cooperation with Russian partners”
9.Aitov Timur N. (Head of the Center, The Fund for the development of the digital economy) – “Cybersecurity of the digital media and COVID-19: the problems of international cooperation”
10.Géry Aude (University of Paris-8, France) – “The Growing Normativity of the Provisions Related to the Security of Critical Infrastructures and the Emergence of a Dedicated Legal Regime
11.Melnikova Olga A. (Senior advisor, Department of the International Information Security of the MFA of Russia) – “The participation of business in the promotion of Russian approaches in the field of the IIS”
12.Frolov Dmitry B. (Director, Department of the information security of the commercial broadcasting television network of Russia) – “The cybersecurity of broadcasting in the context of pandemic: international aspects”

14.30-18.00 Seminar-Round table № 5

«Legal mechanisms to counter the use of the ICT-environment for interference in the internal Affairs of sovereign States, including the humanitarian dimension»:

– Duty of States not to interfere in matters within the domestic jurisdiction of any State;

– Forms and methods of using ICTs to interfere in the internal Affairs of sovereign States;

– Regulation of international relations in the field of countering the use of ICTs to interfere in the internal States Affairs.

 Moderator – Smirnov Anatoly I., Director General of NAIIS Co-moderator – Kurakin Mikhail B. (Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Journal “International Affairs” of MFA of Russia)  
1.Smirnov Anatoly I. (NAIIS, MGIMO University) – “The Humanitarian dimension of the global digitalization security as a phase transition of the humanity”
2.Biryukov Alexey V. (Leading researcher of the Centre for International Information Security, Science and Technology Policy,MGIMO University) Alborova Marianna B. (Leading expert of the Centre for International Information Security, Science and Technology Policy,MGIMO University) – “The challenge of the information society: transition from techno-humanitarian disbalance to techno-humanitarian harmony”
3.Bai Yajie (Post-graduate student of MGIMO University, China) – “Cyber politic of NATO to interference in the internal Affairs of sovereign States (on the example of Hong Kong)”
4.Surma Ivan V. (Head of the Department of public administration for foreign policy, Diplomatic Academy of MFA of Russia) – “Artificial intelligence and the problem of interference in the internal affairs of the sovereign States”
5.Pekshev Andrey N. (Director of the Institute of conflictology) – “About the principles of building trust in the ICT environment: an attempt to prediction in the humanitarian dimension”
6.Zinovieva Elena S. (Deputy Director, Centre for International Information Security, Science and Technology Policy,MGIMO University) – “Current tendencies in international cooperation in the field of information security and ensuring of digital sovereignty of States”
7.Tarasova Inna Y. (Assistant to the member of Federation Council of the Russian Federation) – “The modern ICTs as a tool for interference in the internal affairs of sovereign States in the post-Soviet space”
8.Zinchenko Alexander V. (Centre for International Information Security, Science and Technology Policy,MGIMO University) – “International security as a key principle of using ICT”
9.Razzorenov Andrey Y. (The Deputy of the Duma of Krasnodar) – “Particularities of countering to interference in internal Affairs with the use of ICT at the regional level: the experience of Kuban”
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