UNIVERSALLY RECOGNIZED AND NATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF COMPETENCE OF CIVIL SERVANTS AS A BASIS FOR LEGAL PROVISION OF INFORMATION SECURITY: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

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Kryvtsova, O. and Karpa, M. and Shvets, K. and Lopatin, S. and Yepryntsev, P. and Kryvtsova, V. (2021) UNIVERSALLY RECOGNIZED AND NATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF COMPETENCE OF CIVIL SERVANTS AS A BASIS FOR LEGAL PROVISION OF INFORMATION SECURITY: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. AD ALTA: Journal of interdisciplinary research (11(2)). pp. 48-53.

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UNIVERSALLY RECOGNIZED AND NATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF COMPETENCE OF CIVIL SERVANTS AS A BASIS FOR LEGAL PROVISION OF INFORMATION SECURITY: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

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The results of the analysis of the practices of the European Union in the field of the principles of competence of civil servants as a basis for legal provision of information security, the demand for methodological tools in the authorities, the analysis of regulatory and methodological support for the assessment of competencies in information security are presented. Conceptual approaches to the development of a competency model, assessment tools and evaluation procedures are given, taking into account the requirements of regulatory enactments in the field of information security, the characteristics of the target groups of the assessed governmental employees and the purpose of assessment. It is assumed that the use of methodological tools will provide an opportunity to obtain the necessary analytical information for defining tasks and choosing programs for the development of competencies of civil servants in the field of cybersecurity, which may also be in demand in educational organizations that train civil servants.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Civil servant, Competence, Concept, Cybersecurity, Information
Бібліографічний опис: Universally recognized and national principles of competence of civil servants as a basis for legal provision of information security: the experience of the European Union / [O. Kryvtsova, M. Karpa, K. Shvets etc.] // AD ALTA: journal of interdisciplinary research. - 2021. - Vol. 11, Issue 2, Special Issue XXI. - P. 48-53.
Subjects: За напрямами > Усі спеціальності
Depositing User: С. В. Бойчук
Date Deposited: 09 Sep 2021 09:45
Last Modified: 09 Sep 2021 09:45
URI: http://ep3.nuwm.edu.ua/id/eprint/21137

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