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Natalya Kaspersky Heads Information Security Committee at Software Developer Association 'Domestic Software'

Natalya Kaspersky, President of InfoWatch Group, has been elected a head of the Information Security Committee established by the Software Developer Association 'Domestic Software' as part of the 'Digital Economy of the Russian Federation' initiative that sets goals, objectives, approaches, and timeframes of the national policy for digital economy development in Russia.

During the first meeting held by the committee at InfoWatch office in Moscow,

the members shaped its top priorities, including the creation of end-to-end information security technologies, unified standards for the Russian information security sector, and a model of potential IT threats for the national economy.

To learn more about the first meeting of the committee, please click here.

Background

InfoWatch Group is a Russian vendor of end-to-end enterprise cybersecurity solutions, offering effective products to protect organizations against the most pressing internal and external threats. InfoWatch annually boosts its product and solution sales and leads the DLP markets in Russia and the CIS, with the company’s products being also commercially available in Western Europe, the Middle East, India and Southeast Asia.