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160 countries in the NCSI: four updates (GB, GH, GR, PT) and eight new entries (AE, AO, AT, IR, KH,

The United Kingdom, Ghana, and Portugal have been updated with the latest information we have been able to find through public data collection. Greece has once again submitted fresh information through their corresponding government officials/contributors.

With the introduction of the United Arab Emirates, Angola, Austria, Iran, Cambodia, Myanmar, Syria and Yemen, the NCSI now has 160 countries ranked.

The United Arab Emirates almost fully completes the education and professional development, the e-ID and trust services, the cyber incidents response and the fight against cybercrime capacities. Angola presents personal data protection measure and legislation regarding cyber security responsibility for digital service providers. Austria completes the cyber security policy development, the protection of personal data and the fight against cybercrime capacities, while gaining high scores as well for education, professional development, e-ID, trust services and cyber incidents response. Iran debuts with a CERT, a cyber security policy unit and cyber security professional association.

Cambodia is introduced with an almost full cyber incidents response capacity and with e-signature legislation. Myanmar has a CERT, a cyber security professional association and legislation referring to electronic signatures. Syria displays some cyber threat analysis and information practices, in addition to a cyber incidents response unit, and e-signature legislation, with its corresponding competent supervisory authority. Yemen presents personal data protection and e-signature legislation, and a cyber incidents response unit.