Discover the definition of the term Military Programming Law (Mpl) presented by Les Assises de la Cybersécurité.

MILITARY PROGRAMMING LAW (MPL)

Text intended to establish the military spending program over a period of four, five or six years. The 2014-2019 military programming law follows the 2013 white paper on defense and national security and includes a strengthened “cyber” component. In this iteration, the law assesses cyber risk as “a major threat, with high probability and high potential impact”, establishes cyberspace as “a field of confrontation in its own right” and provides for the strengthening of military cyberdefense capabilities as well as the authority of ANSSI in matters of defense and security of information systems. It also initiates the legislative framework for Operators of Vital Importance (OIV).

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