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National Cyber Threat Level

Low

Moderate

Caution

High

Critical

In accordance to National Security Council Directive (NSC) No.8, the National Cyber Coordination and Command Centre (NC4) is a centre developed for cyber crisis management purposes including monitoring of cyber threats on critical systems of the country. It also aims to ensure the readiness, response, and mitigation of cybersecurity incidents at the strategic and tactical levels.

The role of NC4 during peace would be to:

  1. Monitor the country's cybersecurity situation;
  2. Measure the level of readiness of national cybersecurity;
  3. Issue early warnings and advisories to CNII agencies and/or organizations;
  4. Inform the National Cyber Threat Level to the National Cyber Crisis Management Committee and the National Cyber Crisis Management Working Group; and
  5. Plan and improve the National Cyber Crisis Management Plan and the National Cyber Crisis Management Response, Communication and Coordination Procedures.

 

The role of NC4 during the crisis would be to:

  1. Coordinate, manage security and cyber crisis at the national level;
  2. Report to stakeholders on the current situation consistently until the threat level returns to Level 1 (Low);
  3. Declare the Medium Threat Level of National Cyber Threats;
  4. Provide the services of information security experts, if required; and
  5. Act as technical advisor to the National Cyber Crisis Management Committee and the National Cyber Crisis Management Working Group.

 

 

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