Armenia will address cybersecurity issues at a two-day workshop Dec. 8 in the capital city of Yerevan, according to Public Radio of Armenia.
The event will assemble representatives from government, NGOs and international organizations. The participants will discuss methods to strengthen cybersecurity in a comprehensive manner, examine the impact of terrorist use of the Internet, cyber crime and threats to critical infrastructure – including the economic impact – of potential attacks and highlight potential countermeasures, legal frameworks, and relevant international best practices.
Ambassador Sergey Kapinos, head of the OSCE Office in Yerevan, Dimitar Jalnev, a representative from the OSCE Action against Terrorism Unit, Col. Arthur Osikyan, Deputy Minister of RA Police and Arthur Baghdasaryan Secretary of the RA National Security Council will deliver opening speeches at the event.
In October, McAfee released its fourth annual Mapping the Mal Web report, ranking Armenia among the 10 riskiest country web domains.