The National Security Council's Directive No. 26: National Cyber Security Management (NSC Directive No. 26), is 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.

The objectives of this directive are to:

  1. Establishing a comprehensive national cyber security management structure and outlining the roles and responsibilities of agencies in the national cyber security ecosystem;
  2. Achieve a uniform and proactive approach so that national cyber security management can be implemented effectively; and
  3. Outlining the duties and responsibilities of the National Security Council, the Prime Minister's Department as the focal point for Malaysia’s cyber security matters through its agency, the National Cyber Security Agency (NACSA).

Under the NSC Directive No. 26, the National Cyber Coordination and Command Centre (NC4) is also designated as Malaysia's national computer emergency response team (CERT).



National Security Council
Prime Minister's Department
Level LG & G, West Wing,
Perdana Putra Building,
Federal Government Administrative Center,
62502 Putrajaya, Malaysia.


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