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The establishment of National Cyber Security Agency (NACSA) an agency under National Security Council (NSC) is to serve as the sole agency in coordinating and managing cyber security threats to all critical national infrastructure (CNII) agencies. This is a serious government commitment to address the issue of emerging cyber-threats which pose challenges to the economic wellbeing and security of the nation.
The Malaysian Government has launched a national policy document, National Security Council's Directive No. 26: National Cyber Security Management (NSC Directive No. 26), an executive directive that defines the overall governance of Malaysia’s cyber security ecosystem. The roles and responsibilities of every stakeholders are clearly delineated to ensure understanding and seamless implementation of national cyber security initiatives and strategy.
Among the roles and responsibilities of CNII agencies which are:
In addition to meet this international standards requirement, these two certificates will drive CNII agencies towards a world class, integrity and more effective government delivery system.