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Development of the Information Security Management System Standard for Public Sector Organisations in Estonia

Mari Seeba, Raimundas Matulevičius, Ilmar Toom
2021 Business Information Systems  
This study elicits the EU countries' requirements for information security management system (ISMS) standards and provides the standards' comparison requirements.  ...  The Estonian case is an example to illustrate the method when choosing or developing the appropriate ISMS standard to public sector organisations.  ...  This paper is supported in part by EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 830892, project SPARTA.  ... 
doi:10.52825/bis.v1i.43 fatcat:267lomwk75d6zjzxsyd63okn2q

Estonia after the 2007 Cyber Attacks

Christian Czosseck, Rain Ottis, Anna-Maria Talihärm
2011 International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism  
At the time of the state-wide cyber attacks in 2007, Estonia was one of the most developed nations in Europe regarding the ubiquitous use of information and communication technology (ICT) in all aspects  ...  The analysis provided herein is based on a review of national security governing strategies, changes in the Estonia's legal framework and organisations with direct impact on cyber security.  ...  Kadri Kaska and the unknown reviewer for their substantial comments they provided us with in the course of writing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijcwt.2011010103 fatcat:ledqdebwdjdqdnojew6x4hdida


Andrzej JACUCH, Military University of Technology
2021 Modelling the New Europe  
The UK Cyber Security Strategy defines cyberspace as "the interdependent network of information technology infrastructures that includes the Internet, telecommunications networks, computer systems, Internet-connected  ...  The Act, in Article 1, section 2, point. 1b defines cyberspace as an area of "processing and exchange of information created by information and communication systems, ..., together with links between them  ...  The objectives include the following: develop the National Cyber Security System; increase the level of resilience of public administration and private sector information systems and achieving the capacity  ... 
doi:10.24193/ojmne.2021.37.06 fatcat:7umq47bkyze67c2eqbz6ymmelq

E-Residency: a business platform for Industry 4.0?

Gunnar Prause, Manuela Tvaronavičienė
2016 Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues  
But e-government is more than the provision of public services electronicallyit also means the implementation of consequent process-oriented procedures supporting management and organisational structures  ...  But Industry 4.0 also requires new business models and structures together with new concepts for managing information and business administration.  ...  systems, the delivering of a comprehensive broadband infrastructure for industry, safety and security issues, work organisation and work design in digital industrial age, specific training and continuing  ... 
doi:10.9770/jesi.2016.3.3(1) fatcat:jyxr2vwiofabbbt7uvu4p27v54


2017 Security and Defence Quarterly  
In the article, National Cyber Security Strategies (NCSS) of the Central and Eastern European states are compared and assessed.  ...  Th e author demonstrates that National Cyber Security Strategies ought to be detailed enough to clearly determine actors and responsibilities, but open and fl exible enough for adaptability to fast developments  ...  Th is situation very much resembles the one in Lithuania where, except in the public sector, no system for the coordination of the management of electronic information security was existent when the NCSS  ... 
doi:10.35467/sdq/103184 fatcat:k3kjz54t3rfbzdiuilj2jy5mfe

D3.6 Feasibility Assessment of the Implementation of X-Road for Research Data

Ahti Saar, Ari Lukkarinen, Lauris Cikovskis, Ilja Livenson
2021 Zenodo  
X-Road is developed by the Nordic Institute for Interoperability Solutions (NIIS), a nonprofit association established in 2017 by the governments of Estonia and Finland.  ...  For the proof of concept, we have taken the part of the solution responsible for providing genomic data and analysing it – and deployed that in 3 organizations across 3 countries: UT (Estonia), CSC (Finland  ...  systems in Estonia, users of these information systems and data which is available and processed; the second goal is to manage information systems: add new ones, edit or remove existing ones.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5713408 fatcat:qt3vu6mtjbcrvgk7lm6n7dgj3i

Development of Estonian local government accounting: the stages of evolution during the years 1991–2013

Toomas Haldma, Karina Kenk
2014 Zeszyty Teoretyczne Rachunkowości  
This reform, within the framework of New Public Management (NPM), will encourage the public sector to adapt private sector management techniques as well as develop assessments of performance measurement  ...  Further, the concept of the development of the public financial management was developed by the Ministry of Finance in 2008.  ...  All these changes have implications for the nature and practice of accounting and budgeting systems in local governments.  ... 
doi:10.5604/16414381.1122869 fatcat:5jc3c7anhzcxxg55xdrld43hai

R&D policies in the new member states: EUPRO pilot countries

Pazour; Michal, Ondřej Pecha, Georg Zahradnik
2019 Zenodo  
This draft version of a working paper on the R&D policies in the new member states (NMS) includes the two pilot countries Czechia and Estonia and summarizes for each country the governance of R&D policy  ...  This working paper will be updated with sections on the other NMS.  ...  Enterprise Estonia -largest institution in Estonia within the national support system for entrepreneurship.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3906233 fatcat:vgq5t25p6rennfhsfiujbgx2qi

Ensuring Cybersecurity in Shipping: Reference to Estonian Shipowners

Dan Heering
2020 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
This paper introduces results of two surveys on cybersecurity and cyber awareness carried out in between 2017 -2019 among the shipping companies operating in Estonia.  ...  In or-der to prevent cyber incidents happening on ships and in the companies, essential steps must be taken on the management level.  ...  Estonian public sector) Other guidelines or standards 6 Don't use any guidelines or standards 3 Table 5 . 5 Risk mitigation measures in the organisations. _____________________________________  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.14.02.01 fatcat:ohnvk6hxcrfabdjh2jiuufxcfq

Dynamics of ICT Development in the EU

Carmen Savulescu
2015 Procedia Economics and Finance  
The current paper aims to present the correlation between the share of ICT sector in national economy, networked readiness and competitiveness in the EU Member States.  ...  New technologies and applications are developed, in light to promote better communication with the citizens, to facilitate innovations in organisations and to create competitive advantages.  ...  ICT provides the opportunity to revolutionise public service management by efficient use of information from databases, accessible to all public organisations/institutions/authorities (i.e. national database  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2212-5671(15)00552-3 fatcat:2mwpuqn3kfa65ebzzblzwmg3ka

Budgeting in Estonia

Dirk-Jan Kraan, Joachim Wehner, Kirsten Richter
2008 OECD Journal on Budgeting  
Estonia has developed comprehensive policies and legislation for human resource management, which are in line with international standards.  ...  Since 2004, a system of IPSAS-based accrual accounting has been in use throughout the general government sector (International Public Sector Accounting Standards).  ... 
doi:10.1787/budget-v8-art8-en fatcat:xyhinatifzczdlzm62wy4l6lqi

The challenges of cybersecurity in health care: the UK National Health Service as a case study

Saira Ghafur, Emilia Grass, Nick A Jennings, Ara Darzi
2019 The Lancet Digital Health  
As modern technology becomes indispensable in health care, the vulnerabilities to cyber-threats continue to increase, compromising the health information and safety of millions of people.  ...  In May, 2017, the WannaCry ransomware encrypted data and files on 230 000 computers in 150 countries, and impaired the functionality of the National Health Service (NHS) in England. 1 Key systems were  ...  Although health-care organisations might be less likely than financial services or public-sector bodies to be targets of cyberattack, the cost per capita for a data breach in health care was $408, nearly  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2589-7500(19)30005-6 pmid:33323235 fatcat:yjwtdnw5mzegrlvzeipp4jls3y

Workplace Innovation: Concepts, Regulation and Increasing Role of Knowledge Management : Theoretical Considerations and European Experiences

Csaba Makó, Miklós Illéssy, Róza Számadó, Judit Szakos
2020 Pro Publico Bono - Magyar Közigazgatás  
Finally, the authors outline the need – in both public and private sectorfor a knowledge management based on the Employee Driven Innovation (EDI) scheme in order to create high performance working systems  ...  challenges in the public sector, comparison of variables measuring public and private sector innovations, notion and dimension of workplace innovations, hard and soft regulations of innovation, types  ...  For example, the content of process and organisational innovations are identical in the two sectors, while the product innovation of the private sector is substituted for service innovation in the public  ... 
doi:10.32575/ppb.2020.1.6 fatcat:ilzwzoyqprh4foskduzb7iyfly

Toward a State-Centric Cyber Peace? Analyzing the Role of National Cybersecurity Strategies in Enhancing Global Cybersecurity

Scott Shackelford, Andraz Kastelic
2014 Social Science Research Network  
These national cybersecurity strategies outline a nation's core values and goals in the realm of cybersecurity law and policy, from mitigating cybercrime and espionage to preparing for cyber warfare.  ...  This Article assesses the notion that nations bear the primary responsibility for managing cyber attacks and mitigating cybercrime by analyzing thirty-four national cybersecurity strategies as a vehicle  ...  (P4) [N]o system for coordination of the management of electronic information security has yet been created, except in the public sector (i.e. in the institutions accountable to the Government of the Republic  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2531733 fatcat:hoixzv5ag5hfndh4x4fujwhrpy

CISE as a Tool for Sharing Sensitive Cyber Information in Maritime Domain

Jyri Rajamäki, Ilkka Tikanmäki, Jari Räsänen
2019 Information & Security An International Journal  
As a outcome of COM(2010)584 final, the EUCISE2020 project has developed a test-bed for maritime information sharing.  ...  This case study analyses information sharing models in the maritime domain, the EUCISE2020 test bed and the CISE itself as an alternative for cyber information sharing system.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the ECHO project which has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement no 830943.  ... 
doi:10.11610/isij.4317 fatcat:bvg36ozgirhnzisok2ve5gotju
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