Poland will enter the mode of cyberthreats before the second round of presidential elections
Polish authorities fear hacker attacks ahead of the second round of presidential elections, and impose a regime of cyber threats, the Ministry of internal Affairs and administration of the country.
The second round of presidential elections in Poland scheduled for 12 July, will meet the acting head of state Andrzej Duda and opposition candidate Rafal Trzaskowski.
"In order to counter threats in cyberspace related to the organization of the second round of the presidential elections, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki signed a decree on the introduction of the second degree of the mode cyber threats (BRAVO-CRP) throughout the country", - stated in the message.
It is noted that the regime will operate from 10 to 13 July.
In accordance with the entered measures will be carried out, in particular, enhanced monitoring of the security of teleinformation systems of government or ICT systems within critical infrastructure