National Cyber Security Centre's action plan describes the central tasks and goals for the coming yearsPublished 22.05.2014 | Updated 08.08.2014
The goal for 2015 is to establish the NCSC-FI's operations. The goal is to continue distributing high-quality and informative overviews so that they benefit as many customers as possible. The regular, bi-directional exchange of information within the cooperation networks ensures that the actors are provided with high-quality overview services. Also, the goal is to develop the NCSC-FI's detection capabilities by increasing the number of customers subscribing to the NCSC-FI's serious information security violation detection and alert system HAVARO.
The goal is that the NCSC-FI within the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority (FICORA) will develop into a nationally as well as internationally renowned cyber security authority offering increasingly diverse information security services.
During the NCSC-FI planning phase, FICORA operated in an open manner, conducting extensive hearings to learn the views of its various stakeholder groups and customers on its current operations as well as their future needs. The important feedback gained from these comments was utilised in the planning of the NCSC-FI's operations.
Kirsi Karlamaa, Director, tel. +358 295 390 403
Rauli Paananen, Deputy Director, tel. +358 295 390 552
National Cyber Security Centre
The National Cyber Security Centre Finland (NCSC-FI) began operating as part of the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority (FICORA) on 1 January 2014. The NCSC-FI will strengthen Finland's national information security by developing its overview of cyber security and the related cooperation networks, carrying out audits and accreditation of information and communications systems, promoting preparedness of telecommunications operators and providing information security services for the government.
The operational activities of the NCSC-FI consist of resolving of nationally or internationally detected information security deviations and threats (CERT), inspection of the regulatory compliance of information systems and telecommunications arrangements (NCSA), steering and monitoring of the information security of public communications networks and services and the related preparedness measures, as well as maintenance of an overview of the national cyber security.