New Zealand will deliver a new package of support to Pacific governments to improve the capacity of Pacific Island countries to prepare for and respond to cyber security risks. This will total NZD 10m over five years.

The objectives of the programme are to support Pacific partners to develop:
– effective national cyber security strategies agreed to by their respective governments with a robust governance mechanism to ensure delivery;
– strong security standards and frameworks in place for the management of information and underlying information systems;
– effective tools and connections to continue to build CERT capacity long-term;
– resources to undertake awareness-raising campaigns on cyber safety domestically;
– cyber security and cybercrime legislation which meets international standards and is passed into law; and
– capability and capacity to investigate and prosecute under this legislation.

A range of implementors and partners will be engaged during the course of this project.

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