1. France
2. Germany
3. Estonia
4. Slovakia
5. Finland
6. Lithuania
7. Spain
8. United Kingdom
9. Switzerland
10. Czech Republic

Data on Sudan and Honduras now available

Data on the cyber security situation of Sudan and Honduras is now available in the index.

Sudan places 30th in the rankings, with their national cyber security initiatives resulting in positive scores in four capacities. The data for Sudan was provided by Mr Muataz Elsadig Ishag Mohammed, Information Security Officer at the Sudan National Telecommunications Corporation.

Honduras enters the index in 34th place, also receiving positive scores in three strategic capacities. The data for Honduras was provided by Mr Alejandro A. Rosales, Director of Telecommunication Services at CONATEL, the National Telecommunications Commission of Honduras.

All the data provided was checked by NCSI experts and is now published on the NCSI website at http://ncsi.ega.ee/ncsi-index/.

Info about Spain and Suriname now available

Data on the cyber security situation of Spain and Suriname is now available in the index.

Spain enters the index in 5th place, with maximum scores regarding their capacity to analyse national-level cyber threats and capacity to conduct military cyber operations, as well as other high scores across the 12 categories. The data for Spain was provided by Mr Javier Candau Romero, Head of Cybersecurity Department at the Centro Criptológico Nacional (National Cryptologic Center).

Suriname enters the index in 33rd place, receiving positive scores in 3 categories: capacity to provide cyber security education, capacity to ensure baseline cyber security, and capacity to provide international cyber security. However, we expect Suriname to increase its score in the near future, as the legal framework for different aspects related to cyber security is developing very fast in the country. The data for Suriname was provided by Captain Iwan Vasilda, E-government Coordinator at the Cabinet of the President of the Republic of Suriname, E-Government Coordinator Infrastructure.

All the data provided was checked by NCSI experts and is now published on the NCSI website at http://ncsi.ega.ee/ncsi-index/.

Croatia and Colombia join the index

Data on the cyber security situation of Croatia and Colombia is now available in the index.

Croatia enters the index in 6th place, with notable high scores regarding their capacity to ensure baseline cyber security and capacity to fight against cybercrime, but also in many other strategic capacities. The data for Croatia was provided by Mr Svan Hlača, External Associate of HR-CERT.

Colombia enters the index in 14th place, reaching its highest scores in the capacity to conduct military cyber operations and fight against cybercrime. The data for Colombia was collected from public data sources by Mr Emil Salulaid.

All the data provided was checked by NCSI experts and is now published on the NCSI website at http://ncsi.ega.ee/ncsi-index/.

Data on Sri Lanka and Botswana now available

Data on the cyber security situation of Sri Lanka and Botswana is now available in the index.

Sri Lanka places 21st in the rankings, with their national cyber security initiatives resulting in positive scores in six strategic capacities. The data for Sri Lanka was provided by Ms Rohana Palliyaguru, Director of Operations at  Sri Lanka CERT|CC.

Botswana enters the index in 27th place, also receiving positive scores in six strategic capacities. The data for Botswana was provided by Mr Emmanuel Thekiso, Deputy Director of Information Technology at the Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority.

All the data provided was checked by NCSI experts and is now published on the NCSI website at http://ncsi.ega.ee/ncsi-index/.  

Brazil included in the index, ranks 12th

Data on the situation of Brazilian cyber security is now available in the National Cyber Security Index. Brazil currently ranks 12th in the index.

The data for Brazil was provided by eGA intern João Sigora, and checked by NCSI experts. The information is now published on the NCSI website at http://ncsi.ega.ee/ncsi-index/.

Georgia enters the index in second place

Data on Georgian cyber security is now available in the National Cyber Security Index. With notable full scores in five areas of the index - capacity to develop national cyber security policies, capacity to analyse national-level cyber threats, capacity to provide e-identification and e-signatures, capacity to protect essential e-services / CII, and capacity to fight against cybercrime -, Georgia takes second place in the index.

The data for Georgia was provided by Ms Natalia Goderdzishvili, Head of Legal Division at the Data Exchange Authority of Georgia, and checked by NCSI experts. The information is now published on the NCSI website at http://ncsi.ega.ee/ncsi-index/.

Data on Belarus now available in NCSI

Data regarding the situation of cyber security in Belarus is now available in the National Cyber Security Index. With impressive scores especially in the field of baseline cyber security indicators, Belarus enters the index in third place.

The data for Belarus was provided by Ms Anna Pobol, Associate Professor at the Belarusian State University, and checked by NCSI experts. The information is now published on the NCSI website at http://ncsi.ega.ee/ncsi-index.

Armenia joins the index

Data on Armenian cyber security is now available in the National Cyber Security Index. Armenia scored highest in their capacity to fight against cybercrime and currently holds the 21st position in the index. The data for Armenia was provided by Mr Tigran Afrikyan, Technical Director at the e-Governance Infrastructure Implementation Unit (EKENG CJSC), and checked by NCSI experts. The information is now published on the NCSI website at http://ncsi.ega.ee/ncsi-index.

NCSI DEVELOPMENT
IS FUNDED BY