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 NSDC endorses Ukraine's information security doctrine

The National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine has approved the information security doctrine of Ukraine.

Censor.NET reports referring to the Ministry of Information Policy press service.

"Today, Dec. 29, 2016, the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine adopted the information security doctrine of Ukraine," the statement notes.

In particular, the doctrine defines Ukraine's national interests in the information sphere, aim, tasks, principles and mechanisms to develop and implement the information policy of the state.

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The document outlines the state policy priorities in the sphere of information, including the establishment and development of structures responsible for information and psychological security, the development and protection of the technological infrastructure ensuring Ukraine's information security, as well as the launch of digital broadcasting throughout Ukraine, especially in its borderline and temporarily occupied territories.

The strategic document was developed by the Information Policy Ministry Expert Council composed of people's deputies, experts in the field of information security, academics, journalists and representatives of the general public. In addition, it was discussed with European partners.

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