The Critical National Information Infrastructure (CNII) is defined as critical system that includes information assets (electronic), networks, functions, processes, facilities and services in an information and communications technology (ICT) environment that is important to the country where any disruption or destruction to it can have an impact on national defense and security, national economic stability, national image, the Government's ability to function, public health and safety as well as individual privacy.

The CNII sectors are:

  1. Government
  2. National Defence and Security
  3. Banking and Finance
  4. Information and Communications
  5. Energy
  6. Transportation
  7. Emergency Services
  8. Water
  9. Health Services
  10. Agriculture and Plantation
  11. Trade, Industry and Economy

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