According to the amendments to the federal law on personal data, which will enter into force on September 01, 2015, personal data operators will be required to keep personal data of Russian citizens in Russia. These amendments have given rise to many practical issues directly affecting IT companies, as well as their clients using cloud technology for data storage.
Software developer Infomaximum is going global with its employee-monitoring program CrocoTime. Already quite popular in Russia, CrocoTime is designed for big companies and is capable of monitoring up to 10,000 users simultaneously.
Fleming Gulf’s Information & Cyber Security Summit taking place on 6-7 October, 2015 in Moscow, Russian Federation will gather over 15 industry speakers and top government dignitaries and decision makers from various industries, to discuss the necessary measures needed to bolster information security in the Russian Federation.
Yesterday Carol Matlack, Michael A Riley and Jordan Robertson from BloombergBusiness published controversial article, accusing Kaspersky Lab of working in the interest of Russia’s secret services, namely FSB (FSS, Federal Security Service, former known as KGB), based on anonymous former employees.
PALO ALTO, Calif. — In late 2013, an A.T.M. in Kiev started dispensing cash at seemingly random times of day. No one had put in a card or touched a button. Cameras showed that the piles of money had been swept up by customers who appeared lucky to be there at the right moment.
Mail.Ru Group has begun another round of talks with Western rights holders about legalizing the music available via its resources – including Russia’s largest social network VKontakte (VK.com), – reports business daily Vedomosti, citing the compan