US media should apologize for two years of anti-Russian propaganda — Foreign Ministry
US journalists, who have been making groundless accusations against Russia of the 2016 US presidential election meddling, should now apologize to the domestic and Russian audience, Russian Foreign …
Kremlin: Russian authorities not blocking Runet, but protecting it from shutdown
Participants of Sunday’s rally for Internet freedom in Moscow are mistaken when saying that the country’s authorities seek restrictions against the global network in Russia, Kremlin …
US is pushing Venezuela to the brink by attacking its power grid
The Hybrid War on Venezuela just took a dark turn – literally – after the US used cyber weapons and insider sabotage to attack the country’s power grid last week, cutting off most of …
Putin warns that foreign spy agencies are beefing up activities in Russia
Foreign intelligence services have set their sights on increasing their influence over all that is happening in Russia, President Vladimir Putin said at a board meeting of the Federal Security Service …
"Skripal case": fakes, libel, Russophobia...
One year has passed since former officer of Russian Military Intelligence Service (GRU) Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia became victims of the incident in England's town of Salisbury. …
Protection from foreign cyber aggression crucial to Internet’s future in Russia — Kremlin
The Kremlin is certain that threats of cyberattacks from abroad should by no means hamper the development of information systems in Russia, TASS reported.
"This comprehensive task, that of protecting …
Kremlin says cyber attacks against Russia perpetually initiated from US territory
Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Wednesday that Russian structures including the Russian presidential website have regularly experienced cyber attacks from the US and Europe, when …
Kremlin blasts West’s spying on Russians, but says there’s no privacy on Internet
The Kremlin is not glad about the growing number of cases when foreign special services spy on Russians, Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday while noting that it’s absurd to …
American charged with espionage in Russia declared competent to stand trial
American national Paul Whelan, charged with espionage in Russia, has been declared competent to stand trial, defense attorney Vladimir Zherebenkov told TASS.
"My client underwent a forensic medical …
Press review: Moscow beefing up online security and is new Kerch provocation looming
Izvestia: Moscow to tighten online security
The Russian government will create a specialized center to analyze and monitor the traffic of domestic telecom operators and state data transmission …