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PAe - The Centre National Cryptologic, promotes safety in Local Entities
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The Centre National Cryptologic, promotes safety in Local Entities

25 may 2020

The national security and their suitability for Him, the main tool to achieve this.

One of the challenges arising from the Centre National Cryptologic (CCN) for the year 2020 is to achieve greater security in the systems for the Local entities (Candidacies, Cabildos, Island Councils and Municipalities) and the services they offer to citizenship. To that end, the NCC is making various efforts to facilitate their a greater alignment with national insurance Scheme (NHIS) ( Common framework of information security at the public administrations and public sector, adopted through the RD 3/2010, on 8 january), according to the needs of each one of them.

Thus, the NCC has developed different material (reflected in its new section of its website: Adequacy of local authorities to ENS (Opens in new window) ) in order to help these entities to discuss the process of implementation of the NHIS in their systems. Among others, is a renewed CCN-STIC 883 guide for Implementation of the ENS Local Entities (Opens in new window) with various annexes.

In this paper has been differential treatment on the one hand, the government, Island Councils Councils or equivalent bodies and on the other, taking into account also the role that these organizations play in collaboration with local governments in the provision of services or e-government solutions according to the NHIS, town halls of less than 20,000 inhabitants and municipal councils of more than 20,000 and less than 75,000 inhabitants. It has also been taken into account the relationship of local entities with the private sector as service provider or solutions to the public administrations in keeping the NHIS.

The guide shows you a Adequacy Plan to this law, as well as the the security package to adopt, both organizationally, operational and protection.

All this bearing in mind that the municipalities of less than 20,000 inhabitants will be able to support the Candidacies/agencies identified during the Plan of adequacy, while those with a large population should bear in mind that when they resort to outsourced services, they must have the accordance with the TEAMS.

In addition, and which makes this a particularly extensive guide, includes various annexes depending on the number of inhabitants of a population the first time that includes, in all the EELL, Candidacies, Cabildos and Island Councils:

  • Small municipalities and with limited resources, of less than 5,000 inhabitants.
  • Municipalities some 5,000 to 20,000 people.
  • Municipalities between 20,000 and 75,000 inhabitants.
  • Candidacies, Cabildos, Island Councils or Equivalent Competent Órgano.

Similarly, the NCC has developed a graphics on the ‘ ENS certification framework for Local Entities ’ of particular interest to know, in a synthesized, the main steps to comply with the national security by small and limited resources.

Also, please visit the Books of recommendations Itinerary: compliance National security scheme (NHIS) prepared by the Spanish federation of municipalities and provinces (FEMP) in collaboration with the Ncc. In this, divided into two volumes, a description of the guidelines, requirements and steps towards defining a road map for the adequacy of the NHIS EELL.

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