U.S., Russia meet to discuss cybersecurity

The United States and Russia have begun discussing cybersecurity with the aim of reaching an agreement on unified cybersafety rules, The Moscow Times reported.

During a visit to Moscow on Monday, cybersecurity coordinator Michael Daniel and cyber issues coordinator Christopher Painter were to discuss achieving a mutual trust between Moscow and Washington.

The talks could lead to an intergovernmental agreement on cyber, as well as establish a working group on information security, the second of its kind in just a few weeks.

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