Overview of latest country updates
20 Mar 2019
Over the last two months, updated datasets have been published for many countries. Below is an overview of the most important updates.
Denmark is ranked 6th in the index after significant updates provided by the Agency for Digitisation concerning protection of digital services, protection of essential services, education, and different responsible units.
Greece is ranked 11th, having had scores updated for the capacity of cyber threat analysis and information as well as for participation in an international cyber crisis exercise. The information about Greece was provided by the National Cyber Security Authority.
Argentina is up to 58th place after a data review by the Ministry of Modernization. Points were gained for indicators such as cyber security policy coordination format, ratifying the Convention on Cybercrime (Argentina joined the Budapest Convention in 2018), 24/7 point for cybercrime, etc.
Israel is in 24th place after a second public data collection update. Their capacities for cyber threat analysis and information, education and professional development, contribution to global cyber security, as well as incident and cyber crisis managament are now better reflected in the index.
Norway is currently ranked 31st. In the latest dataset we have taken into account the recent publishing of the new national cyber security strategy and its implementation plan.
Brazil gained more than 30 places and moved 51st in the ranking after an update, which added information about Brazil's cyber security capacity-building for other countries, identification of operators of essential services, fighting against cybercrime, participation in cyber crisis management exercises, etc.