Cybersecurity Development Index by Country [Case of Burundi]

The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI ) is a multi-stakeholder initiative to raise cybersecurity awareness and measure countries' commitment to cybersecurity (covering its broad scope) that cuts across multiple industries and sectors. The level of development or commitment of each country is assessed according to five pillars:

  • Legal measures
  • Technical measures
  • Organizational measures
  • Capacity development
  • Cooperation

For the past few weeks, Africa Cybersecurity Mag has been providing a report on the cybersecurity development index of African countries, based on the GCI, the documents of many international structures and especially on the legislative supports within African countries.

This week, discover the cybersecurity development index in Burundi , an African country with a very very particular index.

The editorial staff of Africa Cybersecurity Mag