It is even apparent that cybersecurity is not among the ofcial government eforts targeted towards the SMEs, since 140 respondents (57,9%) don’t even know which organism is responsible for that matter “A single organization in my country has overall responsibility for cybersecurity”.
Figure 2.67: A single organization in my country has overall responsibility of cybersecurity
Then on the responses given to answer the question “Which organization is responsible for enforcing cybersecurity?” it appears that this country specifc, we mention the ones that were communicated to us by the participants: Brigade de la cybercriminalité (police), AFNOR Group, ANTIC (Agence Nationale des Technique de l'Information et de la Communication), Police, Potraz, Zain, ZRP, Ministry of Information, The Government Telecommunication Agency of Zimbabwe, Internet police, Ministry of Cyber Security, SEEC. On the issue of whether a single organization should be handling operations, policy and funding: “I believe a single organization in my country should be bringing operational activity and policy together with clear governance arrangements and a single stream of funding”, the matter doesn’t seem conclusive in the opinion of participants probably because there is still lack of clarity on the matter. This is seen in the following chart. Maybe there are more people agreeing to this because it makes things easier as discussed with some of the participants during the Program.
Figure 2.68: “I believe a single organization in my country should be bringing operational activity and policy together with clear governance arrangements and a single stream of funding”
We also attempted to fnd from participants how the government establishes policy and rules “When there is a cyberattack, the government is there to ensure the correct balance”
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