The National Council of Justice (CNJ) put into public consultation this Wednesday, 24, the proposed Cybersecurity and Information Strategy of the Judiciary. The document, prepared by the Cybersecurity Committee, covers the national cybersecurity policy and strategy, including information security governance and management.
The proposal also establishes minimum standards for risk management and protection of Information and Communication Technology assets, in addition to requirements that ensure digital trust, prevention and mitigation of cyber threats.
“As we stride towards the 100% digital judiciary, it is essential to guarantee the cyber security of our digital ecosystem, establishing work processes oriented towards the good management of information security, which includes the establishment of prevention protocols, to act in eventual moments of crisis and, finally, to constantly update and monitor compliance rules with best practices ”, says CNJ President, Minister Luiz Fux.
The participation of interested people can be made through the CNJ portal, where the proposals can be known and the form to collaborate can be accessed, at the address: http://www.cnj.jus.br/poder-juditárioio/consultas-publicas/estrategia-e-governanca-ciberneticas-do-poder-juditárioio/.
The public consultation is open until April 4.
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