Kazakhstan, Astana, Aug. 15 / Trend A. Maratov /
The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) plans to develop a systematic approach to counter the cyber-terrorism threat by December, Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Nikolai Bordyuzha said.
"A cyber threat is an important and serious topic," he said. The CSTO plans to consider this."
He said that at present, the CSTO conducts operations in cyberspace. It reveals a large number of sites working against the state. They aim at destabilizing the situation. By December,
It is planned to receive the information from the high-level experts by December to know how to enter the systemic approach in this work
"As you see, no troops, terrorist groups, insurgents or political organizations are required to destabilize the situation in the country by using information technologies," he said.
"The work on the information counteraction is one of the priorities of the CSTO's activity," Bordyuzha said.