Libya’s data protection authority NIISSA launches information security guide

By Sami Zaptia.

London, 10 August 2019:

Libya’s data protection agency, the National Authority for Information Security and Safety has launched a data protection manual for both the private and public sector.

NIISA reported on Thursday that it strives to raise the level of public awareness of the need to establish the concepts, principles and practices of information security for both private and public employers. It sees this as part of the continuous development of Libya’s IT sector.

It says that it has focused on developing a general framework and guideline for policies, procedures and standards that contribute . . .

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