on establishing of International Information Security Research Consortium (IISRC)
On behalf of the Lomonosov Moscow State University (LMSU) the Director of the LMSU Institute of Information Security Issues Vladislav P.Sherstyuk, on behalf of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus the United Institute of Informatics Problems A.Kurbatsky, on behalf of Internet Society Bulgaria V.Markovsky, on behalf of China Association for International Friendly Contact (CAIFC) executive Deputy Secretary-General Chen Jun, on behalf of E-Government Division Ministry of Finance (Israel) A.Keren, on behalf of Indian Institute of Information Technology in Allahabad A.Vaish, on behalf of Chief Cyber Criminologist, Cybercrime Research Institute (Germany) M.Goodman, on behalf of “MFI SOFT” LLC (Russia) A.Ivanov, President, on behalf of the State University of New York (SUNY) J.Ryder, Director, Office of International Programs, on behalf of Global Cyber Risk LLC CEO (USA) Jody Westby, on behalf of Tokai University (Japan) Jusuke Dan, further – Parties
- Realizing the permanent increasing of threats for international information security;
- Stating the common willing to unite the scientific and expert potentials for international information security research
have agreed to establish the International Information Security Research Consortium (IISRC).
Parties have agreed on the following main acting principals:
1.1. The IISRC aim is undertaking the common researches on international information security.
1.2. IISRC is a voluntary union of Parties (non profit and not juridical entity).
1.3. Any juridical entity involving in information security issues can join the Consortium.
1.4. To achieve the main aim IISRC has the following objectives’:
- Developing of coordinating possibilities between the Parties;
- Promoting scientific researches of the Parties;
- Promoting the Parties advantages for participating in common projects, programs, grants;
- Information promoting of IISRC initiatives and achievements;
- Attracting the funding sources for researches;
- Creating the commonly approved list of actual topics and research projects for Parties;
- Publishing the results of Parties researches;
- Supporting the topical IISRC Internet portal;
- Holding the International Conferences and Workshops.
1.5. The supreme governing body of IISRC is the Coordinating Board, which includes representatives of all Parties of the Consortium.
Coordinating Board approves IISRC Regulations, structure and management bodies of the Consortium.
1.6. Parties have the right to:
- participate in all activities undertaken by the Consortium;
- get all available information about Consortium activities;
- participate in programs and projects of the Consortium on bilateral or multilateral basis with other Parties.
1.7. Parties are separate legal entities and therefore have no relationship of subordination between the Parties and in terms of the legal nature of these relationships can not speak about the internal management of the Consortium, based on the authority of one party towards the other.
1.8. Parties assumes no legal, property and other liability for the results of the Consortium. The Consortium is not liable for the obligations of the Parties.
2.1. IISRC is open to new members who agreed with the principles of IISRC, set forth in Article 1;
2.2. Each Party independently decides on the level and forms of its participation in the IISRC activities;
2.3. Party can discontinue IISRC membership by notification.
For development of the draft constituent documents of IISRC, Parties establish working group.
In the period before the founding IISRC documents and system management, Parties shall instruct LMSU IISI to serve as coordinator of the IISRC establishment and operation.
This Declaration was signed in Russian and English languages. All copies have equal legal force.
This Declaration shall come into force upon signature.