Government of Finland,
- Government Resolution on the National Information Security Strategy (Sept. 2003).
- Second Resolution on National Information Security Strategy (Dec. 4, 2008) (full-text).
The vision of the Strategy is to create a safer information society in Finland. The actions outlined in the Strategy are designed to enhance the different actors' trust in the information society. The focus of the Strategy is to combat threats to the information society in both normal and exceptional circumstances, and making use of the opportunities associated with information security improvements.
The Strategy seeks to establish common objectives and guidance on information security for the public sector, the corporate sector, other bodies and organizations and the general public. Under the Strategy, a safer information society is possible through national and international cooperation within the sector, improvements in the operating potential for Finnish ICT companies, improved management of information security risks, ensuring that fundamental rights and the nation's knowledge capital are safeguarded, and increasing the level of information security awareness and competence.
The implementation of the Strategy started when the Action Plan was adopted in November 2009. In the beginning of 2011 the first results of these projects were presented. The Action Plan is based on the priorities set out in the Resolution.