Information Security Administration
The Information Security Administration of the Republic of Slovenia (ISA) is the competent national authority in the field of information security, which acts as a body within the Ministry of Public Administration. Its core mission is to increase resilience to cyber threats that can threaten individuals, businesses, government and society at large.
ISA connects stakeholders in the national information security system and coordinates the operational capabilities of the system at a strategic level. It pays particular attention to subjects under the Information Security Act (ZInfV) from the group of essential service providers in the fields of energy, digital infrastructure, drinking water supply and distribution, healthcare, transport, banking, financial market infrastructure, food supply and environmental protection, from a group of digital service providers and from a group of state administration authorities.
ISA is also the single point of contact to ensure cross-border cooperation with the relevant authorities of other EU Member States and with the European CSIRT Network and other international cooperation tasks.
Through its own inspection service, it oversees the implementation of ZInfV, as well as controls the compliance of websites and mobile applications under the Website and Mobile Application Accessibility Act (ZDSMA), and the compliance with the regulation in the field of e-identities and trust services.
Due to being tasked with informing the Government and the National Security Council (NSC) in the case of critical incident or cyber attack, ISA is also placed within the national security system.