ANALYSIS OF ASPECTS OF PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION RISK ASSESSMENT USING MODERN TECHNOLOGIES IN THE MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS

  • Aleksandar Maksimović CERT team member
  • Milan Gligorijević
  • Olgica Vulević
Keywords: information and communication technologies, video surveillance system, intelligent video analytics, modern radio networks, personal data protection

Abstract

The application of modern information and communication technologies is an indispensable factor in improving public safety, which is one of the key priorities in the work of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, based on identified risks and threats defined in the “Strategic Assessment of Public Safety for period 2017.-2021.. At the same time, the development of modern information and communication technologies has affected the complexity of security risks posed by such systems. On the other hand, citizens rightly expect an adequate response and protection mechanism from modern forms of endangering public safety and legally recognized freedoms and rights of citizens. Having in mind the wide range of security challenges and the need for more efficient work of the police, as well as all the advantages offered by modern technologies, the Ministry assessed that the conditions for the introduction of modern technologies in its work, which includes improvement of video surveillance system, establishment of intelligent video. analytics and construction of eLTE wireless broadband radio network, based on LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology. All of the above, the justification for the use of modern information and communication technologies, legal frameworks and analysis of aspects of risk assessment of personal data protection will be discussed in more detail in this paper.

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Published
2020-11-27
Section
Informatics and Applied Mathematics in Forensic, Cybercrime and Security Science