Jaan Priisalu
Director General
EISA
Topics
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

History of cyber cooperation
What we defend?
Government’s role
What is different
The future of SCAD...
Historical milestones
Institute of Cybernetics
1998 – Cooperation of banks
2000 - Digital Signature Law
2003 – Cybercrime ...
Protecting our way of life
Cyber Defense League brings the volunteers
together under three pillars:
Knowledge and skills
C...
Defending an e-way of life
E-stonia – a balanced demand and supply of e-services from
private and public sector
E-solution...
Dependability
95% depending
30% critical

10% no low tech backup
Legislation
National Cyber Security Strategy of 2008
Creation of a cabinet-level National Cyber Security Council
Restructu...
National organization
Government
National Security Council
National Cyber Security Council

Private sector
stakeholders

M...
Many responsibilities
Govt:
Economic
Regulation, monitoring
consequence
management
Govt:
Defence and security
Military, cr...
Not just government
Banks, major telecoms, etc
Maintain services for the state and users
Coordinate with the government, e...
Important actors
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Ministries: MEcon, MoD, MoI, MFA, MoJ
EISA (incl CERT.ee)
Other state IT agencies: SMIT,...
Rules and
regulation

Supervision

Solving
incidents,
forecasting,
analysis
NATO CCD CoE
• 10 nations (incl. Latvia)
• 3 focuses
• Legal and Policy
• Technical
• Concepts and Strategy

• Conference
...
Smart transport
Data Formats
• Security linear
• Market exponential
• If automation is an answer, then
• We need agreed formats
www.ria.ee

Thank You!
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  1. 1. Jaan Priisalu Director General EISA
  2. 2. Topics 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. History of cyber cooperation What we defend? Government’s role What is different The future of SCADA
  3. 3. Historical milestones Institute of Cybernetics 1998 – Cooperation of banks 2000 - Digital Signature Law 2003 – Cybercrime Industry 2005 - E-voting 2006 - CERT-EE 2007 - “Bronze riots“ 2008 - NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence COE 2008 - National Cyber-Security Strategy 2009 - Cyber Defence subunits 2011 - Cyber Defence Unit 2012 – Cabinet level excercise
  4. 4. Protecting our way of life Cyber Defense League brings the volunteers together under three pillars: Knowledge and skills Cooperation and network Principles and values
  5. 5. Defending an e-way of life E-stonia – a balanced demand and supply of e-services from private and public sector E-solutions widely in use and dependable 99% of banking 92% tax declarations M-parking Ca 1,148,000 national ID cards issued Sign and encrypt documents using E-ID E- & M-voting National Electronic Health Records Public transport ID-ticket, ID-fishing licenses etc etc
  6. 6. Dependability 95% depending 30% critical 10% no low tech backup
  7. 7. Legislation National Cyber Security Strategy of 2008 Creation of a cabinet-level National Cyber Security Council Restructuring of the Estonian Informatics Centre for critical civilian information infrastructure protection and monitoring the country’s cyber space Emergency Act of 2009 Cyber attacks can constitute a national emergency Re-definition of critical services and coordinating agencies in light of lessons learned Compulsory baseline IT security standards for the public sector Creation of the Cyber Defence League
  8. 8. National organization Government National Security Council National Cyber Security Council Private sector stakeholders Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications MoD Ministry of Interior Affairs Ministry of Justice Ministry of Finance EISA Information security network: CISO-s of critical companies and state agencies which provide or oversee critical services MFA Ministry of Science & Education
  9. 9. Many responsibilities Govt: Economic Regulation, monitoring consequence management Govt: Defence and security Military, criminal, intel, Prevent and Cyber Security investigate International actors – state and private Civil society: Regulations, ideas, participation Private users: Own security, consumers, privacy Corporate: Own security, IP, vital services, information, infrastructure
  10. 10. Not just government Banks, major telecoms, etc Maintain services for the state and users Coordinate with the government, each other Individual citizens, awareness and education Graduate programs in information security and cyber defence IS modules in BA programs, training for specialists Increased funding for IS research Primary and secondary education include computer safety classes in curricula
  11. 11. Important actors • • • • • • • • Ministries: MEcon, MoD, MoI, MFA, MoJ EISA (incl CERT.ee) Other state IT agencies: SMIT, RIK Police, Security police, Prosecutor/Judiciary EDF, Cyber Defence League E-governance Academy Think tanks: ICDS, EIHR, Praxis ICT export cluster, individual companies (Cybernetica, SK, Webmedia)
  12. 12. Rules and regulation Supervision Solving incidents, forecasting, analysis
  13. 13. NATO CCD CoE • 10 nations (incl. Latvia) • 3 focuses • Legal and Policy • Technical • Concepts and Strategy • Conference • Training courses
  14. 14. Smart transport
  15. 15. Data Formats • Security linear • Market exponential • If automation is an answer, then • We need agreed formats
  16. 16. www.ria.ee Thank You!

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