What is the National Security Framework (ENS)?

The National Security Framework, applicable to the entire Public Sector, as well as to suppliers that collaborate with the Administration, offers a common framework of basic principles, requirements and security measures for the adequate protection of the information processed and the services provided, with the aim of ensuring access, confidentiality, integrity, traceability, authenticity, availability and conservation of the data, information and services used by electronic means that they manage in the exercise of their competences. Since its first development in 2010, it has been in constant evolution with notable modifications in 2015 and its last update in 2022 (Royal Decree 311/2022).

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