The NIS Directive has not been implemented in Slovenia yet. Draft law has been prepared and is going through the legislative process. On 8 September 2017 the Ministry of Government Administration (MJU) published draft of Act on Information Security, which will transpose the NIS Directive into national legislation. The draft law is currently in governmental proceedings. Once the text is agreed at governmental level it will be sent to the National Assembly for adoption.
The Act on Information Security (draft bill).
Pursuant to the draft bill, operators of essential services must immediately report to the competent authority (National Computer Security Incident Response Team - "National CSIRT") any security incident that has a significant impact on the provision of essential services.
The draft bill also foresees the same obligation for the providers of digital services that provide such services in the EU and state administration authorities.
Article 38 of the draft bill provides for fines in misdemeanour proceedings from EUR 500 to EUR 10,000 for medium and large companies, in particular in the following cases:
Operators of essential services
Article 39 of the draft bill provides for fines in misdemeanour proceedings from EUR 10,000 to EUR 50,000 for medium and large companies and from EUR 500 to EUR 10,000 for other companies, in particular in the following cases:
Providers of digital services
Article 40 of the draft bill provides for fines in misdemeanour proceedings from EUR 200 to EUR 2,000, in particular in the following cases:
The responsible person of the state administration authority
Last reviewed 28.02.2018
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