Ivan Piskunov (guest)

Ivan is an independent expert, a practitioner in information security, a permanent member of the Association of professionals in the field of information security RISSPA (www.risspa.ru), Moscow. Ivan authored of a dozen of articles devoted to the problems of information protection including peer-reviewed publications (VAK and RINC). Ivan Piskunov is CISO of a Russian telecommunications company, and an independent expert in cyber-security in Moskow. Previously he held the post of Deputy Director for IT security. Prior to that, was appointed to the position of chief specialist. Ivan worked in large companies and holdings of more than 1,000 people. Ivan was senior consultant for IT & Cyber Security at Deloitte CIS.

HTTPS Encryption and Attacks on Authentication in Remote Banking Services - a Russian Perspective

Read the Russian Version Шифрование HTTPS

This article discusses the secure HTTPS Protocol intended for web-resources and its principles of operation as well as its strengths and weaknesses. It explains how attacks on HTTPS may lead to traffic being decrypted, particularly in systems for remote banking services and personal logins to web-resources.

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Electronic Signatures for Banking Operations in Russia - a benchmark with eIDAS

To read the Russian version of this article: Электронная подпись и ее применение в России

This article examines the use of cryptographic means for information security, and in particular, the electronic signature. It focuses on the use of electronic security signatures (ESS) in various sectors, including the domestic use of cryptographic algorithms and requirements of the Federal Security Service of Russia (FSB) for hardware and software.

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