The purpose of the JICAP project is to develop an integrated, coordinated approach to assess a country’s cybersecurity capacity and the risk landscape using the Cybersecurity Capacity Maturity Model for Nations (CMM) of the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC), University of Oxford and the National Cybersecurity Risk Assessments (NCRA) by the UK Home Office. The aim of this integrated approach is to offer countries support in the development of a National Cybersecurity Strategy (NCS) and to improve its content, its implementation planning and the resulting actionable outputs.

During the initiation phase of the project a method and a delivery approach for bringing together the CMM and NCRA is developed to provide a more comprehensive data set to inform national cyber security strategy and policy. The model for delivery allows to accommodate the specific conditions of individual country projects, quickly identifying and adapting the method and approach to meet the individual country requirement. The outputs of the CMM Review and the NCRA validate and inform each other as well as providing a comprehensive picture to aid the development and implementation planning of the NCS.

In the implementation phase the project partners deliver the integrated, coordinated approach to support the development of the NCS in six countries around the world, using the Guide to Developing a National Cybersecurity Strategy by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and partners.

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