The State Agency for National Security (SANS) will gain continuous access to the automated information funds of the Ministry of Education and Science (MES) in order to monitor radicalization among students. This was understood by the words of the Deputy Minister of Education Denitsa Sacheva before the BNR.
Bulgaria is the first country in Europe to offer insurance against hacking attacks. Both citizens and institutions and businesses will be able to benefit from the service. The IT sector has been pushing for more effective work between institutions and the private sector to prevent hacking attacks. One good example is Israel, where good public-private partnerships work.
A security guard at Athens' high security Korydallos prison killed himself with his service pistol on Tuesday morning, media reported.
The 50-year-old man was reportedly on leave but showed up at the office of the prison's exterior security, where he served, and shot himself in front of his colleagues.
A foreign national who is being sought by the authorities in Azerbaijan for numerous crimes was arrested by policemen at the Kipi border post on Sunday, as he tried to enter the country.
The 42-year-old man is wanted for fraud, violating the privacy of correspondence, breach of privacy, blackmail and computer hacking, state-run news agency ANA-MPA reported.
Debt in the Central Government subsector increased by EUR 126 million by the end of June compared to May, according to the Ministry of Finance.
The amount also accounts for the first two issues of government securities that the ministry has placed in order to provide resources for F16 fighter planes.
Nebojsa Stefanovic added that it was in the public interest to reveal that Aleksandar Vucic was wiretapped and under surveillance.
Stefanovic said that it was not the point that the President read out a classified document on TV, but that he was under surveillance and being wiretapped.
The director of the National Revenue Agency (NRA) Galya Dimitrova will not resign due to the leakage of data from the information arrays of the revenue administration, which affected more than 5 million Bulgarian citizens.
"Minister Goranov wants decisions from me, not resignation," Dimitrova said at a briefing.