Putin appointed Anton Gerasimov, the son of the former head of the FSB information security center, to the post of deputy head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations

Russian President Vladimir Putin appointed Anton Gerasimov to the post of Deputy Head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations. The decree to this effect was published on the portal of legal information. For what area Gerasimov will be responsible in the ministry, the document does not say.

The fact that Gerasimov is being considered as a candidate for the position of Deputy Head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations responsible for digital transformation, RBC informed in October 2022.

According to the publication, Gerasimov is the son of Andrey Gerasimov, the former head of the FSB Information Security Center, who retired in 2017.

Until 2015, Gerasimov Jr. worked as deputy head of the information security department at the Bauman Moscow State Technical University and was a co-founder of the Lintechno company, which developed information security tools. After that, he was appointed Deputy Minister of Public Administration, Information Technology and Communications of the Moscow Region.

Recently, RBC wrote, Gerasimov was the CEO of Aikumen – Information Business Systems, which is part of the Rostelecom group of companies. The company is engaged in the development of technologies for the collection, storage and processing of information.

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Since May 2022, the post of head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry takes former employee, FSB and Russian Guard Alexander Kurenkov.

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