On October 26-27, the IT Department of the Eurasian Economic Commission held a successful training seminar on the functioning of the secure data transmission network of the EAEU integrated information system.
The seminar brought together representatives of authorized bodies from Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. The event discussed practical aspects of ensuring the functioning of the secure data transmission network.
The seminar was held as part of implementing Disposition No. 7 of the EEC Council dated February 18, 2022 "On creating a secure data transmission network of the Eurasian Economic Union's integrated information system". The Commission, jointly with the Union countries, is now completing this work.
"Connecting all participants to the secure data transmission network of the EAEU integrated information system will ensure a harmonized level of information exchange security within the cross-border interaction between the Union States and the Eurasian Economic Commission," noted Aleksandr Aleksanyan, Director of the EEC IT Department.
The Commission has taken all necessary organizational and technical measures to ensure that the Member States' national segments can be connected to the secure data transmission network.
In particular, a control centre for the secure data transmission network was created. Jointly with the Member States' authorized bodies, crypto-gateways were installed and configured in the number required to organize fault-tolerant connection of the national segments of the EAEU integrated system. The national segments of Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan were connected to the secure data transmission network.
In the near future, after connecting the national segment of Russia, it is planned to migrate the IIS to secure channels, as well as to ensure implementing a pilot project on traceability of goods in the Union's territory.