GENERAL INFORMATION
The Act on Protection of Classified Information of 5 August 2010 (Journal of Laws 2018, item 412, as amended) — hereinafter referred to as the "Act" – states that an entrepreneur performing an agreement or task related to access to classified information appended with the CONFIDENTIAL or stricter clause is obliged to possess the industrial security certificate.
INDUSTRIAL SECURITY PROCEEDINGS
Industrial security proceedings are carried upon request of the entrepreneur. The entrepreneur indicates in the request: The request concerned does not need a statement of grounds.

An entrepreneur intending to apply for performance of agreements related to access to classified information appended with the CONFIDENTIAL or stricter secrecy clause submits the request for industrial security proceedings together with attached industrial security questionnaire and surveys or copies of security credentials of persons specified in Article 57(3), in accordance with competence provided for in Article 10(2) and (3) of the Act, with the Military Counterintelligence Service (MCS) or the Internal Security Agency (ISA).

SUPERVISION OF THE MCS
Entrepreneurs possessing the valid industrial security certificate issued by the MCS before the entry into force of the Act and currently being outside the statutory competence of the MCS shall send requests for initiation of extended verification proceedings, together with personal security surveys, directly to ISA.
An entrepreneur being in the statutory competence of the MCS, during the industrial security proceedings and in the period of validity of the industrial security certificate, is obliged to notify the MCS, within 30 days, on:
Furthermore, the entrepreneur performing an agreement related to access to classified information appended with the CONFIDENTIAL or stricter secrecy clause is obliged to notify the person referred to Article 71(3) of the Act on:
The organisational unit remaining within the statutory competence of the MCS and commissioning the performance of the agreement related to access to classified information appended with the CONFIDENTIAL or stricter secrecy clause, i.e. the so-called PRINCIPAL is obliged to immediately notify the MCS on:
and to immediately provide the MCS with:
Obligations of entrepreneurs resulting from the fact of possessing industrial security certificates and related to the performance of the agreements with access to classified information appended with the CONFIDENTIAL or stricter secrecy clause are regulated by the provisions of Article 70(1) and (2) and Article 71 of the Act.
In accordance with Article 65(1) of the Act, in the period of validity of the industrial security certificate, the MCS may ex officio investigate the entrepreneur in the scope of the components referred to in Article 57(2) of the Act in order to determine whether or not it has lost the capability of protecting classified information from unauthorised disclosure.
PLEASE NOTE
Article 66(2) of the Act indicates events in which the MCS is obliged to revoke the industrial security certificate and Article 66(3) – events in which the MCS may revoke the certificate.
The matters related to industrial security are regulated in detail by Chapter 9 "Industrial Security" of the Act.
LIST OF ISSUED INDUSTRIAL SECURITY CERTIFICATES
PobierzThe list of industrial security certificates issued by the MCS, confirming the capability of an entrepreneur to protect domestic classified information
PobierzThe list of industrial security certificates issued by the MCS, confirming the capability of an entrepreneur to protect international classified information – NATO
PobierzThe list of industrial security certificates issued by the MCS, confirming the capability of an entrepreneur to protect international classified information – the EU
PobierzThe list of industrial security certificates ESA issued by the MCS