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Our goal is to give Monaco's businesses the means to navigate
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without worrying about the security of their data.
We’re here in Monaco to minimize the risk, remove the threats,
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We Provide Advanced Cyber Defense Solutions
The cyber defense used to be a concern for large companies and government agencies,
not the average person.
But now there is a new breed of the hacker who targets an individual’s smartphone and laptops,
personal and business data stored by small to medium-sized companies in the Principality of Monaco.
DigitalBank Vault Cyber Defense is all about giving an entity the ability to thwart cyberattacks
on the go through cybersecurity. It involves all processes and practices that will defend a network,
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Financial Businesses in Monaco are interested to secure the customer data and
prevent potential financial hazards related to it.
Take into consideration that such financial data is an incentive to hackers
and therefore while targeting Montecarlo’s firms in this field,
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without worrying about the ever-growing cyber threats.
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CyberSecurity Information in Monaco
Monegasque Digital Security Agency (AMSN)
The Monegasque Digital Security Agency (AMSN) is the national authority in charge of the security of information systems. It is a center of expertise, response, and treatment for security and digital attacks for the State and Operators of Vital Importance (OIV).
Within AMSN has been established a digital security incident response center,
CERT-MC aims to assist the government entities and operators
of the vital importance of the Principality of Monaco, in the field of digital security
and more particularly when they face cyber attacks.
The Monaco Cyber Security Agency is the national authority
responsible for the security of information systems.
It is an information security and cyber-attack expertise
and response center, and has the following remit :
To prevent, detect and respond to cyberattacks, including by providing advice and introducing regulations, detection systems, alert systems, and an incident response capability
To lead and coordinate the response to crisis situations caused by cyber attacks
To evaluate and certify the security of information technology products and systems
To evaluate providers of certification and electronic signature services
To represent the Principality within international cybersecurity bodies
and in dealings with other cyber-attack expertise and response centers
To raise awareness and encourage public services and critical infrastructure operators
to pay attention to cybersecurity requirements
To monitor the level of security deployed by critical infrastructure operators, with the collaboration of the Department of Electronic Communications as regards electronic communications network operators or suppliers of telecommunications and Internet access services
Agence Monégasque de Sécurité Numérique
24 rue du Gabian
Phone Number : (+377) 98 98 24 93
MONACO CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
A first at the Assises de la Sécurité: Monaco Cybersecurity Initiative!
Monaco Cybersecurity Initiative represents cybersecurity service providers in the Principality of Monaco. Monaco Cybersecurity Initiative represents entities with their registered office located in Monaco dedicated to digital security in the Principality.
You had the opportunity to meet with the expert members of the Monaco Cyber Security Agency and leaders in the IS, insurance and finance sectors.
Created on 23 December 2015, the Monaco Cyber Security Agency (AMSN) is the national authority responsible for the security of information systems in the Principality of Monaco.
It consists of expertise, response, and processing center that deals with security and cyber attacks for the State and for Critical Infrastructure Operators (OIV). Its role is to prevent, detect and respond to cyberattacks, lead and coordinate the response to crisis situations, and raise awareness and promote adoption of security initiatives among public services and critical infrastructure operators.
Rear Admiral Dominique Riban is the Director of the AMSN.
What should be done for a State and for the Principality individually?
At this stage, Serge Telle laid out three requirements: attention, mobilization, and adaptation. As regards attention, “we must deploy monitoring tools that need to be outside the customary frameworks, build special new technological tools, and discuss issues with the rest of the world, because all the threats are global and no one can comprehend everything alone. These discussions with the rest of the world lie at the heart of the issue of this Assises conference. Mobilization, according to Serge Telle, especially means “deploying adequate resources, in particular with the Agence Monégasque de Sécurité Numérique (AMSN) and Admiral Dominique Riban (see the interview on the following pages). And the Minister of State emphasized: “a village called Monaco Cybersecurity Initiative is present at the Assises de la Sécurité. It brings together with the AMSN actors from the Principality who are responsible for computers, cybersecurity, insurance, and telecom operators. With regard to adaptation, Serge Telle explained: “Algorithms are presenting us with essential questions. I am simply thinking, for example, of the question of connected devices in general, and self-driving cars in particular. How will we prevent hacking threats? How will we deal with computer failures? And how will we compensate the victims of accidents? These are only a few of the issues…”.
“It is not a question of trying to build concrete dams against an approaching tsunami (which has already struck, and will do so again)”, he concluded. “What is needed is to invent floating dams that are capable of molding the movements of the moving digital world”.
In the next article, following the Assises de la Sécurité, we will attempt to give some advice and offer some food for thought, thanks especially to the work of the CCIN and Cybermalveillance, and provide some information on regulations that have already evolved, and will continue to do so.
Au sein de L'Agence Monégasque de Sécurité Numérique (AMSN) a été constitué un centre de réponse aux incidents de sécurité numérique, nommé CERT-MC.
Cette structure a pour mission d'assister les entités gouvernementales et les opérateurs d'importance vitale de la principauté de Monaco, dans le domaine de la sécurité Numérique et plus particulièrement lorsqu'ils ont à faire face à des cyber attaques.
Le document ci-dessous décrit dans son ensemble les missions du CERT-MC ainsi que ses politiques de fonctionnement.
Il a été rédigé conformément à la RFC 2350 , standard utilisé par le FIRST , organisme qui coordonne l'action des différents CERTs et CSIRTs au niveau mondial.
Déclaration des incidents de sécurité
Les déclarations d'incidents affectant le fonctionnement ou la sécurité des systèmes d'information peuvent être déclarés auprès de l'Agence Monégasque de Sécurité Numérique. Ces informations, anonymisées, pourront être partagées par l’AMSN, afin de renforcer la capacité à détecter des attaques sophistiquées.
Ces informations sont transmises à l'aide du formulaire de déclaration d'incidents disponible dans la rubrique téléchargement.
Ce formulaire une fois rempli est couvert par le secret de sécurité nationale. A cet égard, le formulaire électronique devra être transmis à l’AMSN avec des moyens adaptés conformes à l’Arrêté Ministériel 2016-723, modifié.