Romanian Minister For Information Society: “Adopting a cybernetic security law in Romania is paramount”

Newsroom 13/05/2014 | 08:00

During a roundtable on The Law Regarding Cybernetic Security in Romania, organized by the Ministry for Information Society and the National Association for the Security of Informatics Systems (ANSSI),  Romanian minister Razvan Cotovelea said adopting a law for cybernetic security in Romania is of utmost importance.

The roundtable was attended by representatives of the central public administration with responsibilities regarding cybernetic security, private sector representatives and NGOs and professional associations.

The Ministry for Information Society launched a public debate regarding the law for Romania’s cybernetic security, this roundtable being part of the process.

The minister said good practices from international law should be taken into consideration and adjusted to the specificity of the national administration.

The evaluation of the bill for the Law Regarding Romania’s cybernetic security is ongoing within the technical commission of ANSSI, which is an open process for both members and companies and specialists who wish to make proposals

By June 15, the ANSSI will transmit to the Ministry the received proposals concerning the bill.

Otilia Haraga


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