Albania
Angola
Argentina
Australia
Azerbaijan
Bangladesh
Botswana
Chile
China
Cyprus
Dominican Republic
Egypt
Estonia
Georgia
Iraq
Kiribati
Latvia
Mexico
Moldova (Republic of)
Morocco
Mozambique
Myanmar
North Macedonia
Oman
Panama
Poland
Rwanda
Saudi Arabia
Togo
Tonga
Ukraine
United Kingdom

Updated and Introduced Countries January 2024

In January 2024, the following country was updated:

  • Azerbaijan

and the following countries were introduced:

  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Bangladesh
  • Chile
  • Dominican Republic
  • Mexico 
  • Panama

Happy New Year 2024!

In 2023 we updated the NCSI methodology and started reintroducing the countries to it. In December, the following countries were updated:

  • Moldova
  • Togo

and the following countries were introduced:

  • Azerbaijan
  • Cyprus
  • Egypt
  • Morocco

In 2024, with the assistance of country contributors, we expect to reintroduce all 177 entries (and maybe more) of the previous methodology to this updated NCSI. 

We thank our country contributors for their constant support in keeping the data up-to-date.

From everybody in the NCSI team, we wish you a Happy New Year 2024!

NCSI Methodology Updated - First Countries Introduced

The NCSI methodology has been updated and the first countries have been introduced to the updated NCSI in November 2023: 

  • Albania
  • Angola
  • Botswana
  • China
  • Estonia
  • Georgia
  • Iraq
  • Kiribati
  • Latvia
  • Moldova
  • Mozambique
  • Myanmar
  • North Macedonia
  • Oman
  • Poland
  • Rwanda
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Togo
  • Ukraine
  • United Kingdom

NSCI 3.0: HOW TO MEASURE SUCCESS?

Time: November 30th, 2023  | 14:00-17:00 (EEST)

Venue: Online 

REGISTER NOW!

Join us for the re-launch event of the National Cyber Security Index (NCSI). The event will offer a chance to hear directly from cybersecurity experts from different institutions and countries about NCSI 3.0 - the most comprehensive tool to measure countries’ cyber resilience and develop the necessary capacities. The NCSI 3.0 includes new and updated indicators, and presents revised scores and weights.   

We have gathered a pool of cybersecurity practicioners into two panels to evaluate which indicators make a difference and how countries have benefitted from the NCSI so far. 

Update to the NCSI 3.0 Methodology

The e-Governance Academy (eGA) reviews the NCSI indicators and criteria (i.e. the methodology) periodically to ensure they remain relevant to current global good practices. This latest process has resulted in the NCSI 3.0 methodology, which includes new indicators, merges some of them, and presents revised scores and weights. For more information on the NCSI 3.0 methodology, please consult the following PDF.

It is our intention to notify you that until the end of 2023, we will be working to implement the NCSI 3.0 methodology in our website. We will be working so that the overall look and feel of the NCSI website will not vary a lot from its current form.

Regarding the country pages and their corresponding data, we are endeavouring to freeze and keep all those pages, with their information, for historical purposes. Overall, the NCSI will remain the same live index and database, albeit with updated indicators.

Should you have any questions or comments regarding the NCSI 3.0 methodology,or the updating process, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Updated Countries August 2023

The following countries have been updated in August 2023: 

  • Azerbaijan
  • Côte d'Ivoire
  • Czech Republic
  • India
  • Türkiye
  • Ukraine

Updated Countries July 2023

The following countries have been updated in July 2023: 

  • Afghanistan
  • Bhutan
  • Cambodia
  • Ghana
  • Iran
  • Madagascar
  • Slovenia
  • Sudan

Updated Countries June 2023

The following countries have been updated in June 2023: 

  • Azerbaijan
  • Italy
  • Mauritania
  • Nigeria
  • Pakistan
  • Seychelles

The following country made its debut in the NCSI:

  • Togo

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