Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev calls for demonopolization of the global IT industry and production software, and also announced the success of Russia in the digital environment. He spoke about this at the summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
According to RIA Novosti, the head of the government of the Russian Federation noted that today only a few major players release most of the software:
“Companies and entire countries are increasingly dependent on hardware and software. Several corporations have great opportunities here, in fact, they often dominate the market. ”
According to him, the lack of competition impedesdevelopment of innovations, which negatively affects information security. Medvedev also emphasized that Russia stands for joint efforts to demonopolize the IT industry.
In addition, Medvedev noted that it is the level of technology development that determines the position of the state on the world stage:
“We all know that among the largest worldThere are leaders in technology companies, five of them from the USA, two from China. But states that do not have their own digital platforms can lose, if not sovereignty, then, in any case, a huge number of opportunities and, in principle, the right to the future in a changing world. When there is no proprietary technology, it turns out that there is no proprietary development. ”
At the same time, the head of government said that Russiahas achieved good results in the digital world - according to him, more than 85% of the population have access to mobile Internet. Medvedev also stressed that in the future the Russian Federation will focus on the development of cybersecurity.
Recall, earlier, Dmitry Medvedev acknowledged that digital security can jeopardize the privacy of an individual.