Finland’s new security of supply goals focus on energy supplies, digitalisation, logistics and cyber security
Finland’s new security of supply objectives issued by the Government on 5 December 2018
The critical infrastructure consists of a number of systems and services, including power generation, transmission and distribution systems, transport and logistics services, digital data systems, communications networks and services, payments and security transactions systems, secure time and location data systems, and water and waste management systems.
Finland’s security environment has changed
Finland’s security of supply objectives were last updated five years ago. Since then, there have been changes and greater tension in the security situation globally and in Finland’s neighbouring areas.
National security of supply is increasingly dependent on international cooperation, especially in the case of cross-border risks, such as cyber threats and hybrid influencing. Close international cooperation is also essential in responding to climate change threats, mass migration, communicable diseases, and radiation accidents.
Read the press release by Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment