The initiative seeks to benefit all sectors, promoting the effective protection of critical infrastructure and data in the digital environment.
The draft Framework Law on Cybersecurity and Critical Information Infrastructure, which is in its second constitutional procedure, is at a crucial stage of its development.
The proposal has been designed to establish a governance model that promotes risk management and the implementation of cybersecurity standards in Chile. However, a number of changes have been proposed on its way to its final approval.
Recently, both the Executive and parliamentarians have presented a series of indications, which will be discussed in the Citizen Security Commission of the Chamber of Deputies this Wednesday, July 26.