The conference discussed prospects for the introduction of new technologies and communication services in the framework of a single national ICT infrastructure, including the Russian segment of the Internet, taking into account the payback of investments of telecom operators while ensuring technological independence and information security of the Russian Federation.
EEMA held a track entitled: “International cooperation in technical issues for providing confidence and security in the use of ICT”.
The track was chaired and presented by Jon Shamah, (Chair, EEMA), together with Irina Kraeva (Dean of Moscow University of Linguistics) and Arkadiy Kremer (Chair, Russian Association of Network Services, Former Chair, ITU-T SG17-Security, Board Member, EEMA).
The purpose of the track was to showcase FutureTrust and LIGHTest in the context of cross-border trade between Private Sector organisations. In particular, the FutureTrust concept of a Global Trust List, and the LIGHTest concept of DNS supported Trust Policy Transparency, were discussed and explained.