Executive Order On Secure Electronic And Telephonic Communications, Etc. In The Unemployment Insurance

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om sikker elektronisk og telefonisk kommunikation m.v. i arbejdsløshedsforsikringen

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Secure internet communications in the unemployment insurance





Chapter 2



Payment of unemployment benefit, etc., through the use of electronic messages and forms





Chapter 3



Telephone entry of per diem allowances paid cards, etc.





Chapter 4



Documentation and storage



The full text of the Ordinance on the safety of electronic and telephonic communications, etc. in the unemployment insurance

Under section 91, paragraph 11, and section 100 (b) of the law on unemployment insurance, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 642 of 22. June 2012, determined after negotiation with the Employment Council: Chapter 1 secure internet communications in the unemployment insurance section 1. Chapter 1 relates to the electronic exchange of documentation in the unemployment insurance between: 1) injuries and unemployment funds.

2 the national labour market authority) and unemployment funds.

3) Agency for retention and Recruitment and unemployment funds.

4) unemployment funds among themselves.

§ 2. Unemployment funds to establish a secure internet connection that makes it possible in a secure way to Exchange documentation.

(2). Unemployment funds to exchange all documents and decisions with injuries, the national labour market authority and the Agency for retention and Recruitment over a secure internet connection.

§ 3. In order to ensure the authenticity of the message must have an electronic signature when it is sent.

(2). Each Fund must select a provider of a certification authority to certify an electronic signature. Unemployment funds is responsible for expired certificates shall be kept in accordance with § 12.

§ 4. When a-boxes exchange information covered by this chapter, a-boxes using a strong encryption, see. the rules of the DPA order on security measures for the protection of personal data processed for the public administration.

Chapter 2 the payment of unemployment benefit, etc., through the use of electronic messages and forms section 5. A a-box can record members and pay unemployment benefits, etc. through the use of electronic messages and forms.

(2). A-box must provide guidance to its members on terms for sending electronic messages and forms to the unemployment insurance fund.

§ 6. Through the use of electronic messages and forms, see. § 5, a-box at least once a year, demonstrate opposite the a-box chartered accountant that the technical solution: 1) is so confident that the electronic messages and forms cannot be read by anyone other than the receiver, 2) prevents the electronic messages and forms can be changed on the way to the recipient, and 3) prevents anyone other than the individual Member can publish itself as the sender of the electronic communication and form.

(2). Unemployment insurance fund is required to update the technical solution.

§ 7. A-box Chartered auditor must declare at least once a year, 1) to the a-box it system to receive and process electronic messages and forms are sufficiently safe and contain adequate safety procedures, 2) to the a-box system for processing electronic messages and forms, moreover, this order follows the rules, and 3) to the a-box business processes in this area complies with the rules in the Ordinance on the supervision of the recognised unemployment funds administration.

§ 8. A member of an unemployment fund, which uses electronic messages and forms, may choose instead to give a written statement on faith and love to use for payment.

(2). An unemployment fund may provide that a member is not in a position to provide information by means of electronic messages and forms, but instead must make a written statement on faith and love to use for payment. It is a precondition that the unemployment insurance fund estimates that the Member is unable or unwilling to give correct information on electronic messages and forms.

Chapter 3 entry of per diem allowances paid by telephone cards, etc.

§ 9. An unemployment insurance fund can pay unemployment benefit, etc., through the use of telephonic entered information from the Member.

§ 10. A member of an unemployment fund, which have chosen to pay unemployment benefit, etc., through the use of telephonic entered jf. section 9, may choose instead to fill in a Declaration on their honour.

(2). Unemployment insurance fund may decide that a member is not in a position to provide telephone information entered, but instead must fill out a Declaration on their honour to use for payment. It is a precondition that the unemployment insurance fund estimates that the Member is unable or unwilling to provide the correct information by using the telephone entry.

§ 11. It is a condition for the unemployment insurance fund can pay unemployment benefit, etc., through the use of telephonic entered information from the Member that a-carton State authorized public accountant at least once a year, 1) declares that a-box system for telephone entry is safe, 2) to the a-box it system is adapted to this telephone system and has sufficient security procedures, 3) that a-box system for telephone entry, moreover, this order follows the rules , and 4) to the a-box descriptions of administrative routines (business times) in this area complies with the rules in the Ordinance on the supervision of the recognised unemployment funds administration.

Chapter 4 Documentation and retention section 12. Unemployment insurance fund shall keep the documentation referred to in chapters 1-3, in the 5 years after the end of the fiscal year in which it has been used for payment, etc.

(2). Storage of documentation concerning the right to early retirement should be done according to the rules laid down in the notice of the documentation for seniority in an unemployment insurance fund.

(3). For storage of documentation referred to in paragraph 1 and 2 and the corresponding certificates, the unemployment funds must use routines for registering (logging) and journaling (storage), set in such a way that the documents relating to the probative value is ensured in the in (1) and (2) applicable retention periods.

Entry into force, etc.



§ 13. The notice shall enter into force on 17 December. September 2012.

(2). Executive Order No. 369 of 26. May 2003 on secure electronic and telephonic communications, etc. in the unemployment insurance are hereby repealed.

The national labour market Board, the 3. September 2012 Marie H/B