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INFORMATION SECURITY COMMISSION

 

The Information Security Commission (hereinafter: the Commission) was established on the basis of Article 15 of the Decree on the Protection of Classified Information in Communication and Information Systems (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 48/07 and 86/11) and the Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 01203-19/2007/7 of 20 December 2008. The Commission is comprised of representatives of the ministry responsible for the interior, the ministry responsible for defence, the ministry responsible for public administration, the ministry responsible for foreign affairs, and a representative of the Slovenian Intelligence and Security Agency and the Government Office for the Protection of Classified Information, respectively.

 

The tasks of the Commission are to:

·         prepare technical and normative solutions for the protection of classified information in the CIS;

  • define a suitable method and procedure for user identification and certification of access to classified information in the CIS;
  • approve cryptographic systems to be used in the CIS;
  • prepare the CIS interconnection criteria;
  • prepare security requirements for the implementation of protection against compromising electromagnetic emanations.

 

The organisation and method of the Commission's work are regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Information Security Commission adopted by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia (Resolution No. 01201-18/2007/3 of 29 October 2007).

 

In accordance with its powers, the Commission issued the following instruction:

 

Instructions on the implementation of TEMPEST countermeasures in the CIS handling classified information