ІНФОРМАЦІЙНО – ПРАВОВЕ ЗАБЕЗПЕЧЕННЯ РЕАГУВАННЯ НА КРИЗОВІ СИТУАЦІЇ ЩО ЗАГРОЖУЮТЬ НАЦІОНАЛЬНІЙ БЕЗПЕЦІ УКРАЇНИ
On the basis of theory and practice, the article analyzes the basic principles of formation and implementation of state information policy, which defines the activity of public authorities in the field of crisis response that threatens national security.
It is emphasized that the study of information security as a constructively integrated component of crisis response that threatens the national security of Ukraine, proves that its factors of system formation consist of information, information processes and information technology support.
It is proved that a significant increase in the role of information security in the process of establishing public relations, as well as the intensification of the use of modern information technologies, significantly affect both the activity of the state apparatus in general and the work of the security and defense forces in particular, which significantly reduces the level of crisis response. that threaten Ukraine's national security and could also become a source of serious threats to the country's development.
Now it is necessary to develop a new, holistic, scientifically sound system of guaranteeing information security, which should operate not only at the national level, but also to ensure the functioning of corporate organizations, individual legal entities and law enforcement agencies.
The article points to cybercrime, which, as a dangerous phenomenon in the field of information and legal response to crisis situations that threaten national security, is by far the most powerful threat in the information space. In this regard, given the lack of professional training of police officers in counteracting cyberterrorism, based on foreign experience of police practice, it is indicated that it is important to be aware in the system of educational institutions of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, in the system of educational institutions of the Ministry of Internal Affairs professional profiling of "information technologies".
Given the widespread practice of requesting ordinary citizens to request public authorities to provide various types of public information, innovations have been proposed to actively involve in the field of listing a wide range of members of the public as a guarantor of an adequate degree of democracy and relative transparency and transparency a sufficiently transparent procedure for challenging the denial of access to such information.