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Implementation of Services By The National Cyber-Security Centre Ensure On 4 Significant

Source: Brudirect

The Ministry of Transport and Infocommunications has explained the status of the implementation of cyber-security services for the public and private sectors as well as the public at large in Brunei Darussalam, in efforts to tackle national cyber security threats. In a statement released by the Ministry today, cyber-security services are intended to ensure on four significant;

  1.  Improve the level of awareness towards  cyber-security threats in the public and private sectors especially towards safeguarding Critical Information Infrastructure, CII) in Brunei  Darussalam;
  2. Improve response capabilities towards cyber incidents via effective cyber crisis management;
  3. Improve legal enforcement capabilities in mitigating cyber threats through National Digital Forensics Laboratory services;
  4. Improve the level of public awareness on cyber threats.


 Meanwhile, three services which will be implemented by the Information Technology Protective Security Services Sendirian Berhad, ITPSS namely;

  • Cyberwatch Centre;
  • National Cyber Incident Response Centre through Brunei Computer Emergency Response Team (BruCERT); and
  • National Digital Forensics Laboratory
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