Russia will offer new ideas on how to fight cybercrime at the G8 summit in Doville, northwestern France, on May 26-27, a Russian presidential aide said on Tuesday.
Cybercrime can take place in the criminal, terrorist and military spheres, Kremlin aide Arkady Dvorkovich said.
"We are discussing specific mechanisms with our partners on how to address these threats," he said. "Our experts have suggested a few new approaches.... which are not included in the International Convention on Cybercrime."
Dvorkovich said these new ideas would be laid down in the summit's final declaration.
The Kremlin aide also said presidents Dmitry Medvedev and Barack Obama would discuss U.S. plans to deploy a missile shield over Europe, which has aroused concern in Moscow, and Russia's long-time bid to join the World Trade Organization.
MOSCOW, May 24 (RIA Novosti)