A socially oriented non-financial development institution and a major organizer of international conventions; exhibitions; and sporting, public, and cultural events.

The Roscongress Foundation – a socially oriented non-financial development institution and a major organizer of international conventions; exhibitions; and sporting, public, and cultural events.

The Foundation was established in 2007 with the aim of facilitating the development of Russia’s economic potential, promoting its national interests, and strengthening the country’s image. One of the roles of the Foundation is to comprehensively evaluate, analyse, and cover issues on the Russian and global economic agendas. It also offers administrative services, provides promotional support for business projects and attracting investment, and helps foster social entrepreneurship and charitable initiatives.

Each year, the Foundation’s events draw participants from 208 countries and territories, with more than 15,000 media representatives working on-site at Roscongress’ various venues. The Foundation benefits from analytical and professional expertise provided by 2,500 people working in Russia and abroad. In addition, it works in close cooperation with 122 economic partners; industrialists’ and entrepreneurs’ unions; and financial, trade, and business associations from 69 countries worldwide.

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Stanislav Kuznetsov

Stanislav Kuznetsov

Deputy Chairman of the Board, PAO Sberbank
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21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
Our priority for 2020 is creating a system to counter internal data leakage. We are implementing rigid rules on internal data exchange, as well as organize trainings, mock phishing send-outs, and educate the employees that do not follow cybersecurity rules
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
2 January we thwarted an attack: it was 34 million packets per second coming from 1.5 million cameras scattered all around the world. Over a million smart devices in a single attack – it is an unprecedented case that illustrates the rapid development of cybercrime
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
Protecting SMEs is one of the priority tasks for the new government
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
Russian economy lost RUB 2.5 trillion in 2019
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
We need unified standards, as criminals do not respect any borders, whereas nations do. If we do not establish unified rules the risks are going to keep growing
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
Cybercriminals are not standing still. In order to defeat them we need to analyze the future threats, we need build proper processes and start implementing on preventive measures
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
The global community needs to learn to cooperate and join forces to fight cybercrime. Data exchange, design and implementation of unified cybersecurity standards, joint personnel development and improvement of cyberliteracy will allow for a joint response to the cyberthreat
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
We are half a step or step behind the cybercriminals
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
In 2019, Russia and Eastern Europe-based RTV hacking squad was particularly active. Criminals did thousands of mass send-outs with attached malware to tens of thousands of Russian companies. They aimed to infiltrate operating systems, above all accounting software. In dozens of reported cases they managed to steal companies’ funds
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
Nowhere in the world are companies stress-resistant adequately to the threat level. We lack mandatory rules. Many critical infrastructure elements have them already, while businesses still do not
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
Today, there is not an entity in Russia that can design cybersecurity rules for SMEs
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
83% of companies around the world address the consequences of the attacks and do not foster the risk targeting approach. This is why we are behind the cybercriminals
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
We need to analyze the models of the threats and principles on which they are based. It would help us understand how we can defend against them and thwart future threats
21.01.2020
Russia House in Davos 2020
Risk or Crisis Management - Why Prevention better than Mitigation?
Defense need to be implemented on the very early stages, at the level of architectural design. Today, many still neglect this rule
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Digital Borders: How to Build Protection in a Transparent World?
It frequently happens so that each company has its own standards [for data management and security, – Ed.]. And this is a problem. We need to get together and develop common standards. This is a massive and complicated matter and discussion for our country. These standards must be developed. They do not have to be harsh, but they should not allow anything either
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Digital Borders: How to Build Protection in a Transparent World?
Though artificial intellect is more and more present in our lives, the growing trend of cybercrime and cyberscam is obvious
15.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
Is Russia Prepared for New Challenges in Cyberspace?
Universities do not train cyber security specialists. <…> The Association of Russian Banks give us that concern under the Digital Economy programme
15.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
Is Russia Prepared for New Challenges in Cyberspace?
Artificial intelligence generates the next level threats for which we were not quite ready
15.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
Is Russia Prepared for New Challenges in Cyberspace?
Talking about threats, we always <…> fail to keep pace with cyber criminals. <…> Is this where we are bound to be <…> or do we have a chance to experiment here and to build defence systems against the challenges we anticipate
15.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
Is Russia Prepared for New Challenges in Cyberspace?
The number of organised hacker groups is on the rise. Law enforcement agencies are facing a new challenge, and they are not quite ready to investigate a huge number of cyber frauds
15.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
Is Russia Prepared for New Challenges in Cyberspace?
Together with the Department of Internal Affairs of Moscow we agreed to create a special working group and have begun pounding through several complicated cases <…> One such case was solved on 05 February <…> through a intricate, lengthy operation to detain a large group of fraudsters and a call centre in Moscow. They stole about 16 million roubles; now the investigation begins <…> But these are unique cases, not an extensive practice
15.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
Is Russia Prepared for New Challenges in Cyberspace?
For the first time <...> representatives of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation said <...> you are right, this [training for cyber security, - Ed.] is really a problem, and we are ready to review new programs together with you
15.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
Is Russia Prepared for New Challenges in Cyberspace?
The Association of Russian Banks <...> decided to create a technological platform, where everyone has the opportunity to exchange information online
14.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
How to Develop Tourism: Changing the Way Investment Decisions in the Sector are Made
Budget money goes down the drain if 80% of all federal target programmes fail. What infrastructure is being created if it isn’t coordinated with anyone
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
Is there a system today to counter cybercrime? If so, what is it? And if not, how do we develop it? How are we to find ways towards efficiency?
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
Eight trillion dollars of losses [to cybercrime] by 2022
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
A year ago we forecasted a $1 trillion loss to the world economy. Now, it is a fact
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
We studied hackers from different countries, and Russian hackers are not in the top five, not even top ten. Over the years, the structure changes. At times Turks lead, at other times Chinese, Koreans, Ukrainians, Brazilians
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
Generally both across the globe and in Russia, financial institutions and organisations, banks are the primary [cybercrime] targets
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
We estimate that at least 80% of all those attacked conceal it
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
According to Interpol, less than 1% of hacked, attacked victims report to law enforcement
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
The head doctor of the Tyumen Hospital was conducting neurosurgery when all the equipment shut down as a result of a hacker attack. There was no way to keep the surgery going. We faced missing cyber security protocol in this hospital
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
Any cybercriminal today is a global criminal, an international criminal. They use the infrastructure of various countries, they target companies, physical and legal entities in any country, they have no national limits
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
And the rules of fighting against these criminals always have national borders
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
Today we have deficient international law [to combat cybercrime]
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
One of the trends that worries us today is that attacks on the citizens, on individuals, tend to aggravate by at least 15–20% annually
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
Russia ranks No.1 internationally in fraud through social engineering
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
We have examples when hackers, trying to take out money, accidentally or not got into air traffic control systems, when critical infrastructure was at stake
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
This year should be a turning point for Russian as well as global companies when we need to learn the principles of information exchange. The sharing of information about cybercriminals is not a business. We must learn to share information with our partners online and use it automatically to train our systems to be more effective in countering cybercriminals
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Call for Collaboration: Private Sector vs Cybercrime
We need to bridge law enforcement and the private sector [to ensure cyber security]
12.09.2018
EEF 2018
The Digital Economy: Opportunities and Prospects for the Far East
Cybercrime is one step ahead. <...> It is necessary to protect all products with quality and reliability
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Exporting Trust: Building Safe Global Digital Infrastructure
The Digital Economy programme has created a new mechanism <…> when the business got the opportunity to express its view on how and what need change in the digital economy. And there is a chance to include these proposals in the government programme
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Exporting Trust: Building Safe Global Digital Infrastructure
The Association of Banks of Russia in the end of January this year decided to create such a platform. The vast majority of credit institutions are already focused on exchanging such kind of information. The launch of this platform will be possible in the middle of June
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Exporting Trust: Building Safe Global Digital Infrastructure
There are no rules today. <...> There are no UN conventions that unite these general rules
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Exporting Trust: Building Safe Global Digital Infrastructure
Today, the level of cyber-literacy and cyberculture is actually extremely low, namely in our country