Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved a new information security doctrine amid cyberespionage attack fears, which were sparked by the recent cyberattacks on major Russian banks. The new doctrine, which reportedly has already come into effect, is aimed at “strategic restraint and prevention of military conflicts” and at “modernising” the security systems. The doctrine document also warns of a rise in targeted cyberattacks against Russian organisations, including government agencies, military services and scientific, Russian-state media RT reported.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: International Business Times