The Nigeria National Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy of 2021 is a framework which aims to strengthen cybersecurity governance and coordination and foster a trusted cyber environment that optimises Nigeria's cybersecurity readiness and coordination capacities towards addressing the nation's cyber risk exposure.
The guidelines, applicable to technology relating to the insurance sector of Pakistan, specify guiding principles for adoption of suitable cybersecurity measures for threat reduction, vulnerability reduction, deterrence and other cyber security measures. Effective July 1, 2020.
An Act of Parliament to provide for the establishment of the Communications Commission of Kenya, to facilitate the development of the information and communications sector (including broadcasting, multimedia, telecommunications and postal services) and electronic commerce, to provide for the transfer of the functions, powers, assets and liabilities of the Kenya Posts and Telecommunication Corporation to the Commission, the Telcom Kenya Limited and the Postal Corporation of Kenya, and for connected purposes.
The User’s Policy for data centers includes Hosted services for web, application using Data Center’s facility and Services for installing client equipments in the Data Center for client’s internet services, backup,
An Act of Parliament to give effect to Article 31(c) and (d) of the Constitution; to establish the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner; to make provision for the regulation of the processing of personal data; to provide for the rights of data subjects and obligations of data controllers and processors; and for connected purposes.
This document sets out the 5-year 2019-2024 National ICT Policy and Strategy which provides the framework needed to leverage the benefits of ICTs to support the social and economic development of Somali society.
The European Parliament's approved Proposal for its Cybersecurity Act. Under the Act, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (“ENISA”) is granted a permanent mandate and is tasked to perform as the central provider of cybersecurity expertise and advice including the development of EU policy and law, engage in capacity building, support and cooperation on cybersecurity practices and response to the EU and its Member States, publish guidelines and best practices for cyrbersecurity and promote international cooperation as well as other duties. The Act also establishes the European cybersecurity certification framework (applicable across the EU) in an effort to create a common, certified cybersecurity approach throughout the EU which will also apply to Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) products and services (including the Internet of Things (IoT)).
A companion document to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework which sets forth the roadmap and agenda for further enhancement and revision of the framework and development, alignment and collaboration of cybersecurity related activities and responses.
The Thailand Cybersecurity Act provides "[t]he rationale and necessity to restrict the rights and freedom of a person in accordance with this Act are to efficiently protect cybersecurity and to establish approaches to protect, cope with, and mitigate the risk of Cyber Threats which affect the national security and public order. The enactment of this Act is consistent with the criteria prescribed under section 26 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand."
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