Information security is one of the most popular ICT topics in Russia. Local
companies have an increasing demand for information security solutions due
to increasing ñyber attacks, both
in number and sophistication.
The number of cyber attacks against organizations in the healthcare
industry is increasing and this trend is expected to continue in 2017.
According to a report released by the security firm TrapX, criminal
organizations are more focused on stealing data to
Financial Security Day at InfoSecurity Russia will bring
together thousands of information security Departments Heads from
banks, retail and telecom - leading industries using NFC
According to IDC, in the fourth quarter of 2016 the global market
for security devices shown quantitative and qualitative growth. The
main factor for that is the growing demand for UTM systems. Over the last
five years their sales have almost tripled, and in 2016 reached $ 5.6 billion.
Sales of firewalls and control systems have also increased for 10.4% and
Information Security Magazine by InfoSecurity Russia met
with Yakov Grodzensky, Head of Information Security Products Department at
"Syssoft", one of the leading system integrators and distributors on the
Russian market. Yakov spoke on some trends & insights of the
Russian information security market and shed some light on the problem
of becoming key player of the market in fast changing conditions.
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Russia continues learning international
vendors- success stories on Russian information
security market and sits down with Vasily Diagilev,
Chief Representative of Check Point Software Technologies in Russia and the CIS
countries for an interview.
According to official statistics from the Russian Central
Bank, last year the number of cyber-attacks in the Russian banking
sphere increased by 30 percent, compared to 2014, with up to
64,000 cases reported, however, according to the Russian Ministry of Internal
Affairs, the real figure is about ten times higher than the figures provided by
the Central Bank.
For the last two years Russian credit and financial sector loss due to
fraud increased on average by 26.8%, in the telecommunications sector - by
6,8%, in retail - 16 % depending on the segment.