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Cyber security

Notice

Information for Passengers Subject to Measures Applied by the Czech Government

CZECH GOVERNMENT DECREE EFFECTIVE 11 May 2020*:

- A ban on entering the territory of the Czech Republic for all arriving foreigners (tourists) except for foreigners with temporary or permanent residency in the Czech Republic. EU citizens may also enter the territory of the Czech Republic according the published conditions for the purpose of economic activity or university studies.*

- Czech citizens, EU citizens and foreigners with temporary or permanent residency in the Czech Republicentering the territory of the Czech Republic are allowed to submit the official certificate with a negative COVID-19 test result not older than 4 days. The test is done at their expense. In specific cases, the PCR test may be undergone on the Czech territory within 72 hours after the entry, the locally relevant regional hygienic station must be immediately informed about passing the test. Also, the medical certificate on the passing the test on the territory must be submitted to the locally relevant regional hygienic station. Otherwise, they are subject to a fourteen-day mandatory quarantine, subject to exceptions.*

- All Czech citizens, foreigners with temporary or permanent residency in the Czech Republic, and foreigners (tourists) may travel abroad and leave the Czech Republic.*

*To review all exceptions and conditions to travel to/from the Czech Republic, please visit the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic’s website.

The current operational information from the airport can be found HERE.

The information on the prevention of the spread of coronavirus can be found HERE.

LIST OF RESUMED ROUTES HERE

Letiště Praha, a.s., the operator of the largest international airport in the Czech Republic, is aware that the protection of information technology is an integral element in the process of ensuring the safety of passengers, employees and visitors of Václav Havel Airport Prague. Letiště Praha, a.s. aims to achieve the highest level of cyber security as possible.

The objective of cyber security is to protect information and property from theft, corruption, or natural disaster, while allowing the information and property to remain accessible and productive to its intended users.

Accordingly, cyber security not only refers to the implementation of technical security measures but also to the establishment of cyber security standards and the necessity to strictly follow the operational procedures. It was not until recently that the cyber security standards were established in response to the increasing amount of sensitive information stored on computers that are connected to the Internet.

Letiště Praha, a.s. maintains an effective cyber security programme encompassing legal, organizational, technical, and educational means to ensure the protection of information in cyber space.

Cyber security comprises mainly preventive measures and reactive measures towards the affected entities in case of cyber security incidents.

As part of ensuring the safety of the Czech Republic, cyber security includes highly specialized proactive activities for the purposes of national defence, i.e. providing security against serious attacks that cannot be dealt with by regular cyber security means.

Letiště Praha, a.s. has experienced experts in the field of cyber security who ensure the highest level of protection of services or systems against cyber security attacks and their consequences.

 

In 2018, Letiště Praha, a.s. passed the certification audit of its information security management system and received a certificate of compliance with the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 requirements for information security.