What we do
The highest level heads of state and public authorities may be the targets of terrorist and extremist organisations, criminal groups or individuals. Such attacks may result in direct physical harm and cause indirect adverse effects such as fear, insecurity, and uncertainty in society, and have a negative impact on international relations, the country's reputation, economy, social life, and people’s physical and emotional health.
In order to identify potential risks, to protect sensitive information from loss, theft or cyber-attacks on IT systems, the officers of the Service take preventive measures to eliminate or minimise risk factors, to ensure the security of the Service’s information systems, sensitive information, classified information, information on the private life of protected persons, and other information of national importance, the discovery or disclosure of which may undermine the interests of the state.
Continuous monitoring and analysis of risk factors, hazards, threats, and their trends allow for the effective application of innovative security solutions and measures to mitigate risks. To ensure the security of protected persons and facilities, the Service draws on experts in various fields, modern technologies, best practices of similar institutions in foreign countries, and the best available practices of the Service, constantly seeks innovative ways of detecting, assessing, and managing risk factors, hazards and threats.