Executive Order On Leased Lines For Beredskabsmæssige Purposes

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om faste kredsløb til beredskabsmæssige formål

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.retsinformation.dk/Forms/R0710.aspx?id=117088

Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 purpose and scope

Chapter 2 requirements for telecommunications providers

Chapter 3 security protection of circuit information

Chapter 4 Criminal provisions

Chapter 5 entry into force The full text of the ordonnance on leased lines for beredskabsmæssige purposes

Under section 86 (1) and (4) and section 112, paragraph 2 and 3 of the Act on competition and consumers ' relationships on the telecommunications market, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 780 of 28. June 2007, as amended by Act No. 325 of 30. April 2008, be determined in accordance with the authorisation granted pursuant to § 3 (1) (8). 3 of Decree No. 370 of 21. May 2008 about telecommunications preparedness:

Chapter 1

Purpose and scope

§ 1. The decree aims to ensure guidelines for the provision and maintenance of social important electronic communications for use by emergency authorities.

(2). The notice includes leased lines for beredskabsmæssige purposes and in the connection requirements for telecommunications providers in connection with the procedure for establishment, alteration, nedkobling and debugging of circuit.

(3). The notice does not include local circuits.

(4). The provisions of sections 4, 5, 6 and 7 shall also apply to on-orbit and international circuits.

Definitions

§ 2. By telecommunications service provider for the purposes of this Ordinance a provider of public electronic communications networks or services, providing leased lines for beredskabsmæssige purposes.

(2). By identification number means the number that uniquely identifies a given circuit.

(3). By ALLA (Alliance Long Lines Activity) shall mean the unit of the NATO, which is helping to acquire commercial, rented electronic communications services – including leased lines – for beredskabsmæssige purposes of the basic regulation. section 3, paragraph 4.

(4). By the customer understood the authority of NATO or of an emergency authority is designated as the person responsible for issuing the necessary orders for the establishment, alteration and nedkobling of leased lines for beredskabsmæssige purposes.

(5). By the user is defined as the authority or entity which utilizes a circuit.

§ 3. By leased lines means the telecommunications facilities, which provides transparent transmission capacity available between nettermineringsprodukter, and which does not include connection on demand.

(2). By local circuits means circuits where transmission capacity available within the same local central area, and the circuit is connected physically in same geographic telecommunications installation, the distance from the network termination point at the user to the nearest local telecommunications installation maximum is 10 kilometers.

(3). By on-orbit means permanently established circuits that are exclusively made available to emergency authorities. On-orbit be established on individual delivery routes for the purpose of an emergency situation.

(4). By international circuits means circuits, where at least one of the network termination point is located abroad.

(5). By vital circuits means circuits, which is registered with the national IT and Telecom Agency with highest conversion priority (R1), which implies restoration/conversion before all other circuits.

Chapter 2

Requirements for telecommunications providers

§ 4. Upon receipt of a request for the establishment, alteration or nedkobling from the national IT and Telecom Agency relating to leased lines to beredskabsmæssige end, the telecommunications service provider's duty to ensure





1) to record the identification number as the national IT and Telecom Agency, or ALLA has assigned the circuit through the establishment,

2) prior to the execution of work in order to make contact with the specified contact person at the customer in order to agree on details of activities, and

3) to inform the national IT and Telecom Agency, if it is to be anticipated that the order cannot be carried out as specified in the order.





§ 5. Telecommunications provider should notify the contact person specified in the order and the national IT and Telecom Agency, when the order is executed.

§ 6. Telecommunications provider has the obligation to immediately after the establishment of a fixed circuit to perform a measurement in order to ensure that the circuit works as ordered.

(2). Telecommunications provider must, if necessary, carry out the measurement with the cooperation of the user and any other telecommunications service providers.

(3). The circuit does not work as specified in the order, telecommunications provider make an error correction and then a new measurement.

(4). Circle the race's establishment date is the date on which the telecommunications service provider shall inform the national IT and Telecom Agency that circuit works as ordered, see. § 5.

§ 7. In emergency situations, the telecommunications service provider follow the national IT and Telecom Agency's instructions concerning the establishment, modification and nedkobling of leased lines for beredskabsmæssige purposes.

(2). In emergency situations, the telecommunications service provider's duty to make debugging of vital circuit or circuits of emergency authorities deemed of vital importance ahead of other bug fixes beredskabsmæssig.

(3). In emergency situations, telecommunications provider prioritize incoming orders in the order, the national IT and Telecom Agency indicates.

§ 8. Telecommunications provider must put established occupancy circuit temporary in operation when the national IT and Telecom Agency so requests.

(2). In emergency situations, telecommunications provider at the request of the national IT and Telecom Agency put established occupancy circuits in operation.

Chapter 3

Security protection of circuit information

§ 9. Telecommunications service provider shall, with a view to security protect circuit information follow the guidelines in the State Ministry's circular No. 204 of 7. December 2001 on the security protection of information of common interest to the countries in NATO, the EU and WEU, other classified information as well as information of security protection interest, incidentally.

Chapter 4

Criminal provisions

§ 10. Pursuant to section 9, paragraph 1, no. 2, of Decree No. 370 of 21. May 2008 about telecommunications preparedness, can anyone who violates sections 4, 5, 6, 7, paragraphs 2 and 3, 8 and 9 are punishable by fine or booklet.

(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability according to the rules laid down in the Penal Code Chapter 5.

Chapter 5

Entry into force of the

§ 11. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. June 2008.

(2). By the entry into force of repealed executive order bekendtgørelse nr. 620 of 19. July 2002 on leased lines for beredskabsmæssige purposes.
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