Armenia, Russia broadening interaction in information security
YEREVAN. March 1 (Interfax) - The Armenian parliament has ratified an agreement with Russia on cooperation in information security.
"The purpose of this agreement is to facilitate cooperation between the respective agencies of Armenia and Russia in the provision of information security," Armenian First Deputy Minister of High-Tech Industry Gevork Mantashyan said at a parliament meeting while presenting the bill.
The agreement will broaden interaction in information security, including the exchange of information about threats and regulations and the joint countering of threats, he said.
"The sides are developing information security cooperation in a number of areas. In particular, they coordinate the response to information security threats, exchange information in the provision of law and order, coordinate and implement confidence-building measures that contribute to the provision of information security, and exchange information about laws in both countries," Mantashyan said.