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Framework to enhance security measures

The recently launched Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) Protective Security Framework is a significant milestone in ensuring the safety and security of our beloved nation,  says Commander Major-General Jone Kalouniwai.

He said this comprehensive framework comprises three crucial components: Personnel Security, Information Security, and Physical Security and by addressing these areas, they are taking proactive steps towards safeguarding our nation from potential threats.

The Framework which was launched last week is built upon the Government of Fiji’s Protective Security Handbook, ensuring alignment with national security objectives.

Major-Gen Kalouniwai said “It is a testament to the collaborative efforts of our military forces, who have tirelessly worked on developing this framework through workshops, consultations, and thorough analysis of available data.”

“By prioritizing Personnel Security, we are ensuring that our military personnel are equipped with the necessary training, background checks, and vetting processes to maintain the highest standards of integrity and trust.”

“Information Security is paramount in today’s digital age, and this framework emphasizes the protection of sensitive information, ensuring its confidentiality, integrity, and availability.”

“Physical Security measures are essential in safeguarding our military installations, assets, and critical infrastructure.”

He added that with this framework in place, they can enhance security measures to deter potential threats and maintain a safe environment for all.

Reginald Chandar
Reginald Chandar
Head of News & Sports | news@fijilive.com

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