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Three updates (CZ, GR, NG) and five new entries (BH, LY, MR, MZ, SB)

The NCSI is continuously managed and updated with the freshest publicly available information. This time, the Czech Republic, Greece and Nigeria have benefitted from a thorough review. Nigeria is currently ranked in the 43rd position. Since its last update, Nigeria has improved in the protection of personal data, and has enabled a cyber safety website, a single point of contact for international coordination and an implementation plan for their national cyber security strategy. The Czech Republic's and Greece's evidence links have been updated, and proof of cyber security capacity building for other countries has been included. Greece and Czech Republic still are at the top of the NCSI. 

Bahrain, Mauritania, Libya, Mozambique and Solomon Islands figure among the new countries included in the NCSI. Their current rankings are 94th, 126th, 132nd, 136th, and 147th, respectively. Bahrain presents strong indicators in the protection of personal data, e-ID and trust services, education/professional development and in the fight against cybercrime. They also manage a cyber safety website, and participate in international cooperation formats and in international military cyber exercises. Mauritania similiarly presents strong indicators in the protection of personal data, and has developed a cybersecurity strategy, with its own implementation plan. It participates in international cooperation formats and provides legislation for electronic signature and the criminalization of cybercrimes. Lybia has developed a cyber security polcy unit and a cyber incidents response unit, in addition to other improvements relevant to the protection of digital services and to contributions to global efforts. Mozambique, an ITU-IMPACT member, has its own CERT and legislation for electronic signatures, the protection of personal data and the fight against cybercrimes. Finally, the Solomon Islands, also members of the ITU-IMPACT coalition, posses legislation that identifies operators of essential services.