The Supreme Council of the Judiciary announced that it has implemented a recovery plan for digital services of the Judiciary in response to the recent cyber attack on IFX Networks SAS, in which some information systems were affected, according to the branch, which has managed to advance gradual recovery of these services, which contributes to the normal functioning of judicial and administrative processes.
It also states that it has issued agreements 12089-C3 and 12089-C4, through which the judicial and administrative conditions have been restored, with the exception of the conditions of the processes managed through the Justicia XXI Web – Tyba platform, and the Proceedings before the National Lawyers Registry Unit, which remain suspended until September 22.
It is said that this recovery is possible thanks to the emergency measures adopted by the Supreme Council of Justice and the joint work of the Digital Transformation Department and the operators offering technological services.
The following digital services are therefore available to you:
- Justice Department portal
- Microsites of the judicial offices
- Online demand
- Guardianship and habeas corpus online
- Electronic signature (published without historical data). Documents that have already been signed cannot be validated temporarily.
- The ephemera
It also warns that there may be delays in access to digital services given the extensive consultation that will take place in the coming days.
And as far as virtual hearings are concerned, operations will be maintained as provided in Circular 23-C3 dated September 16, 2023.