The Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC) undertook a review of Libya’s cybersecurity capacity maturity levels.



The aim of this project was to carry out a Cybersecurity Capacity Maturity Model (CMM) and provide a comprehensive review of Libya’s capacity infrastructure. This assessment aims to give stakeholders a better understanding of national and critical infrastructure cybersecurity capacities while being able to prioritise investment and make strategic decisions.


The Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC) conducts research to understand and identify trends in cybersecurity, to help nations prepare and respond to cyber threats. Together with a global multistakeholder community with expertise in cybersecurity capacity building, the Centre has developed a model that helps countries self-assess and identify their strengths and needs for their cybersecurity maturity.


The assessment contributes towards achieving cybersecurity resilience not only through gaining a more profound understanding of international cybersecurity capacity but also by increasing effective investment into cybersecurity capacity based on a rigorous analysis of data collected through the model implementation. Through the application of the CMM, critical gaps in all areas of national cybersecurity are identified and can be filled with scalable and effective measures, in cooperation with international partners.

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