Belize - National Cyber Security Strategy (English)

Overview

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Outline

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1 Executive Summary
2 Foreword
3 Glossary of Terms
4 Acronyms
5 Strategic Vision
6 Principles
6.1 Respect for and the promotion of fundamental rights
6.2 Government Led
6.3 Risk based approach
6.4 Shared responsibility
6.5 Fostering an environment for economic growth and innovation
6.6 International Cooperation

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7 Introduction
7.1 National Context
7.1.1 Horizon 2030: The National Development Framework for Belize
7.1.2 National Security and Defense Strategy 2017-2020
7.1.3 Belize’s Growth and Sustainable Development Strategy (GSDS) 2016-2019
7.2 Baseline Assessment

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8 Current status of cybersecurity: An overview
8.1 Cybercrime
8.2 Legislative Framework
8.3 Critical Infrastructure
9 Priority Areas
10 Implementation
10.1 Governance Structure
10.2 Evaluation and Review

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11 Annex I
11.1 Areas of Priority
11.1.1 Area of Priority 1: Develop the National Legal Framework to adequately address cybersecurity threats
11.1.2 Area of Priority 2: Develop a national capacity for incident response and critical information infrastructure protection
11.1.3 Area of Priority 3: Implement measures to support Education, Awareness and Workforce Development in cybersecurity
12 Annex 2
12.1 Cybersecurity Capacity Maturity Model for Nations (CMM) - Belize comparative table 2016 and 2018
13 Acknowledgement

 

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This article was contributed by Toniann Walters from Jamaica. Toniann is a member of the Caribbean CSPA. 

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