1In compliance with the general state policy in the field of technology and information security, the High Justice Inspector in collaboration with the Centre of Technology and Information for the Justice System shall be responsible for:
adeveloping or participating in the information technology electronic system for use in the Office of the High Justice Inspector, for the management, coordination, monitoring and supervision of the use of information technology and defining the applicable electronic case management system.
b"establishing rules for the creation, operation, interoperability and security of the electronic case management system and the protection of personal data saved and used by the system; "
c"maintaining the information technology electronic system of cases in accordance with the rules laid down in letter “b”, of this article; "
çupdating the system periodically to ensure the implementation of functional requirements of inspection and other bodies within the justice system, as well as to reflect amendments to procedural laws;
dmaking sure that the information technology electronic system of data management generates statistical information that are necessary for the work of the Inspector and other bodies.
dhensuring the accuracy and security of data and personal data protection;
esetting rules for the mandatory use of the electronic case management system by courts, the unification of data entry and data accuracy.
2The High Justice Inspector and other inspectors, when performing their functions, shall have full access to the case management system of courts, prosecutor’s offices and councils and audio and video recording systems.