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Issued the overall results of the national report of the state of the Security Council

18 may 2020

The CCN-CERT has placed on its website the "National Report of the state of security - Overall Results", for the year 2019. The report includes data from 900 agencies, with a total of 22.005 declared ict systems.

The CCN-CERT (Opens in new window) it had posted on its website the National Report of the state of security - Overall Results (Opens in new window) (accessible to authorized users), for the year 2019. The report includes data from 900 agencies, with a total of 22.005 declared ict systems are also available to users and 16.126.630 has organized itself into the following subparagraphs:

  • Purpose and scope
  • Methodology
  • Participants in the study
  • Study of the security council
  • Conclusions
  • Final judgement
  • Recommendations

Main valuation

In the light of the report, and in general, can be said that the level of global compliance with regard to the adequacy of TEAMS, which should be 100 per cent, was still room for improvement, per cent in total class systems and in a 63,27 per cent in high category systems; while in BÁSICA category stands at 84 per cent, to be regarded as a result.

In terms of the global maturity (true measure of the implementation of security) is also means, reaching only 47,04 per cent in the category BÁSICA 54,75 per cent in class systems and 57,93 per cent in high category systems remains to be a major effort in coming years to fulfil the requirements.

Main findings

The main conclusions that can be obtained from the data on the national security are:

  • State agencies of the General state administration (AGE) with high category systems are the best compliance rates; while greater efforts should focus adequacy in universities. In the middle class, are autonomous agencies which best values obtained. Finally on BÁSICA category, is to be AGE who presents the best values.
  • The certification of compliance with the NHIS is still required improvement, despite having increased by 350 per cent in the category BÁSICA systems and 65 per cent in class the. Furthermore, systems with high category certification have suffered a decline of 4,659 per cent.

In general, measures on which it is recommended to use more resources to improve the overall levels of adequacy are associated with:

  • Awareness-raising and training.
  • Risk analysis.
  • The continuity of the operation of systems.
  • Use of encryption.

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