On 20 September 2023, in Bishkek, an international conference on combating terrorism and extremism was held. The event was organized by the State Committee for National Security of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Anti-Terrorist Centre of the CIS member states.
In accordance with the CSTO CCBCD Plan of Basic Activities for 2023, a subregional anti-drug operation "Channel-Perekhvat" was carried out in the territory of the CSTO member states from 11 to 15 September, this year, with a view to suppressing channels for the flow of drugs, their precursors and analogues and new psychoactive and potent substances into the CSTO region of responsibility, neutralizing international transnational drug groups, eliminating clandestine drug production and undermining the economic foundations of the drug business, including the legalization of drug proceeds. The subregional anti-drug operation "Channel-Perekhvat" was carried out in order to legalize drug profits.
The CSTO Secretary General Imangali Tasmagambetov met with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on 14 September 2023.
Within the framework of the chairmanship of the Republic of Belarus in the Collective Security Treaty Organization, a regular Coordination Meeting of Chief Narcologists of the CSTO member states was held in Minsk on 7 September 2023.
On 6 September 2023, in Bishkek, the CSTO Secretary General Imangali Tasmagambetov met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic Jeenbek Kulubayev, the Minister of Defense Baktybek Bekbolotov and the Secretary of the country's Security Council Marat Imankulov to discuss topical issues in preparation for the upcoming meetings of the Organization's statutory bodies - the Collective Security Council, the Council of Foreign Ministers, the Council of Defense Ministers and the Committee of Secretaries of Security Councils.
The XIII meeting of the Council of the CSTO Consultative Coordination Center for Computer Incident Response was held24.06.2022
On June 23-24, 2022, Yerevan hosted the XIII meeting of the Council of the Collective Security Treaty Organization Consultative Coordination Center for Computer Incident Response (CSTO CCC), which was attended by delegations of representatives of relevant national authorized bodies.
Members of the CSTO CCC have discussed the most urgent threats to information security, such as phishing and DDoS attacks. They compared the current situation in the field of information security with the situation in 2021. They stressed the importance of further development of information cooperation to detect, prevent and eliminate the consequences of computer attacks, as well as to respond to computer incidents.
The meeting participants considered the essence of attacks, noted the importance of raising user awareness of information security issues, and exchanged information on national approaches to counteracting the operation of phishing resources. The CCC also discussed the necessary measures to combat botnets, and the importance of interaction with telecommunications operators was emphasized. National approaches and practices used in the CSTO member States were reviewed.
The CCC members have discussed the design and preparation for a planned technical training on computer security in the second half of this year. They shared their positive experience in protecting national critical information infrastructure facilities from cyber threats, information on computer incidents in the information spaces of the CSTO member States, and information and analytical materials provided by national points of contact.
The Armenian side introduced the participants to the deployed hardware-software system for counteraction to computer attacks, using the example of one of the national facilities of critical information infrastructure, which has been upgraded this year.
The CSTO Press Secretary Vladimir Zaynetdinov