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Albania seeks contractors to improve cyber security

Jul 9, 2024, 12:37:47 PMArticle by Genta Hodo
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July 9 (SeeNews) - Albania’s communication technology agency, AKSHI, said on Tuesday it has opened a tender for a cyber security system to enhance national infrastructure security based on international standards.

Albania seeks contractors to improve cyber security

The 6-month project, along with a two-year maintenance contract, have been valued at 151 million leks ($1.6 million/1.5 million euro), AKSHI said in a tender notice.

The primary issue with the country's cyber security system is that the control and assessment processes for implementing security measures are currently manual and paper-based, leading to inefficiencies and delays.

The tender’s winner will be required to analyse vulnerabilities and risks, compile a list of recommendations and create automated security modules for different sectors.

Offers for the tender can be submitted until August 9.

In January, Albania’s institute of statistics, INSTAT, was subject of a cyberattack which affected some of its information systems. In December, a cyberattack crippled the website of the Albanian parliament. Local media attributed the attacks to a hacking collective self-identified as Homeland Justice, which is widely linked to Iran.

(1 euro = 1000.259 Albanian leks)

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