Macau to set up cybersecurity commission

Tuesday 3 December 2019 | 13:51 CET | News
The government of Macao has presented new regulations for the establishment of a cyber security committee to respond to alert and emergency situations, reports Lusa. The "Cybersecurity Commission, Cybersecurity Incident Alert and Response Centre and Cybersecurity Supervisors" will be chaired by the head of government. The body will be responsible for "defining the general direction, objectives and strategies in the area of cyber-security, monitoring and assessing the development and operation of cyber-security activities by operators of critical infrastructure". 

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Categories: Internet / IT
Countries: Macau
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