Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on additional measures to ensure Russia’s information security. The text of the document is published on the official Internet portal of legal information.
According to the Decree, the deputy heads of federal executive bodies, the highest executive bodies of state power of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, state funds, state corporations and other organizations are empowered to ensure the information security of the relevant departments, including the detection, prevention and elimination of the consequences of computer attacks, response for computer incidents.
In organizations, structural units responsible for this direction should be created.
In addition, FSB agencies should be provided with unhindered access (including remote access) to information resources used by state structures for monitoring and follow their instructions based on its results. Heads of state bodies and organizations are personally responsible for information security.
From January 1, 2025, the use of information protection tools originating from “unfriendly” countries in government structures is prohibited.
The same applies to manufacturers under the jurisdiction of “unfriendly” states, “directly or indirectly controlled by them or affiliated with them.”
According to information agencies
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