Emergency, Proposed and Adopted Rules
Last updated October 5, 2018
The following are summaries of rules recently filed by DoIT; they are at various stages in the rulemaking process. The emergency and proposed rules listed here have been or soon will be published by the Illinois Secretary of State in the Illinois Register. Click on the name of the rule to view the full text. In viewing the full text, new language added to a current rule would be shown by underscoring and deleted language would be shown with strikeouts. Rulemakings proposing to add a new code do not require underscoring.
Emergency rules are effective upon filing with the Secretary of State, for a maximum of 150 days. The public may submit comments to DoIT during the 150-day effective period of the emergency rules.
The proposed rules have no legal effect until after they have been through the first and second notice periods; are adopted by DoIT and filed with the Illinois Secretary of State. The public may submit comments to DoIT during the first-notice period of the proposed rules. The adopted rules may differ from those originally published.
Mandatory Cybersecurity Training
Friday, October 5, 2018
This Part implements the annual State of Illinois' employee cybersecurity training requirements set forth in Section 25 of the
Data Security on State Computers Act [20 ILCS 450].