Chairman of the State Service of Special Communications Leonid Yevdochenko said at a briefing, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainski Novyny.
"The Expert Council of the State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection has just decided that the developed integrated information protection system meets the applicable requirements. It was also decided to issue a certificate of conformity for the NACP," he said.
Yevdochenko noted that the State Service of Special Communications will provide NACP with a certificate Wednesday authorizing legitimate launch of the e-declaration system from Sept. 1.
According to Yevdochenko, the employees of the State Service of Special Communications got rid of all system errors.
In particular, the technical enquiry was amended in order to develop a register with the integrated information protection system to exclude the possibility of user authentication using BankID.
As previously reported, the State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine denied the issuance of a certificate of conformity of the integrated information protection system developed for the Unified State Register of declarations of persons authorized to perform functions of the state or local governments. NAPC chief Nataliia Korchak said the e-declaration system would be put in service on Aug. 15 despite its failure to meet necessary data protection requirements.
On Aug. 15, the e-declaration system was put into operation without the above-mentioned certificate of conformity.
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