The National Cryptologic centre , a branch of the national intelligence Centre (CNI), and Spanish federation of municipalities and provinces (FEMP) initialled this wednesday, the convention on cyber-safety which renews the signed in 2008 and which aims to boost local entities in the security aspects and develop projects that provide for a cyberspace “ more secure and more reliable for all ”.
The heading of this cooperation agreement was sealed in the headquarters of the FEMP during the celebration of Second National Meeting of The Security Council , organized by the centre National Cryptologic, in collaboration with the ministry of economic and Digital Transformation, the secretariat-General for administration and the FEMP itself.
Citizens must feel the same security when browsing Digital Administration when come to his City. With this maximum, the spanish federation of municipalities and provinces and the centre Cryptologic, has been renewed National convention, which has been in place for twelve years and has been updated to the current circumstances. With the heading of this agreement, which took place within the framework of the second meeting of the National security institutions, both renew their commitment to security of the eadministración and with the main engine of this: public confidence.
The signing of this convention has been preceded by the opening of this Second Meeting that, under the motto ‘ Ten Years of new challenges and solutions ’, the aim is to promote the debate on what it has achieved and which requires the national security. The starting signal that quotation has been undertaken by The Secretary-General of the FEMP, Carlos Daniel Casares; secretary of state of the CNI, Director, peace Esteban and secretary of state of Digitization and Artificial intelligence, Carme Artigas.
During the inauguration, Casares has sought to highlight the close cooperation between the FEMP and NCC, which has enabled us to make available to all the relevant local essential material security during the COVID-19. It has also emphasized that this cooperation, which will be adapted to new needs thanks to the updating of the convention between the two institutions, it is imperative for the public confidence in the administration.
For its part, Carme Artigas, has urged them to be aware that we are vulnerable and “ dependent ” and that after a cyber attack not only lose the data being lost, stolen “ public confidence. In this respect, peace Esteban has sought to highlight that cybersecurity was a “ cornerstone ” and that it is necessary to ensure, through the administration of the Digital, the exercise of rights and duties with complete safety. This will, has ensured, local ownership to update the national security.
The inaugural act had been completed with the recognition of the work in terms of cyber security to the municipalities of Avilés and Alcobendas. After this, peace Esteban and Carlos Daniel Casares have signed on behalf of the NCC and the FEMP, respectively, the new convention which renews the commitment of both entities with the security of the administration online, the commitment to enable citizens to navigate with security and confidence that comes to their local councils.
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