Elements of cyber security in public territorial administration of Slovakia in regional self-governments
Keywords:cyber security, security manager, security committee, audit of cyber security, self-government, region
The article is interested in describing the basic legislative procedures for the creation of effective protection of the level of public administration – a self-governing region against incidents of the current modern infrastructure in the field of information and cyber systems. Among the most important steps in the preparation and implementation of an appropriate security directive and the introduction of measures in information and cyber security are the role and position of the cyber security manager, the advisory body – the security committee of the self-governing region, as well as the significant importance of the audit of critical threats and rules in the field of information and cyber security. The creation of suitable security rules is increasingly coming to the fore even in relatively non-progressive public administration.
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