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Dacian Cioloș: Cyber security system in Romania has weaknesses
16 Ian 2016 • 18:28
The cyber security system of Romania still has weaknesses but the authority in charge of it has a few suggestions for its improvement, said Friday Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos, after meeting with Minister of Communications and Information Society, Raul Marius Bostan.
"We also had a discussion about the system of cyber security, where Romania still has let’s say, weaknesses. We have this authority in charge of cyber security and we will see what steps we can take this year. This authority has some proposals to improve the cyber security environment in Romania ", Dacian Cioloş said.
The Minister of Communications and Information Society, Raul Marius Bostan, said Romania needs a cyber-security law and that the law will be published for public debate.
"The cyber security law we will put it into the public debate. We need a law of cyber security. Romania has become, lately, also a target. From this point of view we are ready and we have an action plan quite precise, according to the cyber security strategy. We have divisions prepared to ensure cyber security. It is in vain that we build infrastructure and invest in internet platforms, we do nothing for interoperability and data registers if we are not able to protect ourselves, "said the minister.
He added that there are, at present, IT failures at government level to be corrected.
"At the same time, we discussed the IT malfunctions at government level. We have problems, we know and I am sure that to adjust an intranet of the government, a civil servant on ICT who should be capable and be good at governmental level cannot be paid with a regular salary.
As you know in this industry, wages are very high and in order to have capable people in the public sector we need to think about the process. He will be introduced in the single wage law, but we should also find solutions for the special departments to deal with the government IT systems ", Bostan argued, according to Agerpres.