The signed agreement concerns cooperation between the institutions in ensuring ICT security, combating the growing scale of threats from cybercriminals and the security of users of telecommunications and financial services. The document allows taking mutual action to raise the level of cybersecurity in Poland.
The established cooperation focuses primarily on the exchange of information, experience and knowledge regarding techniques and solutions related to cybersecurity. In addition, it entails conducting initiatives related to building awareness about cybersecurity, research and development of innovations in this field.
The parties agreed to exchange information on activities related to the agreement, as well as the rationale for them, if they are within the scope of the other office’s tasks. The exchange of information will cover, for example, threats occurring in cyberspace, cyberattacks, domains distributing malware or used in the activities of cybercriminals. Additionally, it will include indicators of compromise, email addresses and domains used in phishing campaigns, along with information obtained through analysis of public sources that may affect the security of the financial or telecommunications sector.