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About NCCST

To actively promote national cyber security policy, accelerate the establishment of the national cyber security environment, and enhance national competitiveness, the Executive Yuan promulgated "Developing a National Information and Communication Infrastructure Security Mechanism Plan (Phase 1:2001-2004) " based on the resolution of No.2718 Cabinet meeting in January 2001 and formed "National Information and Communication Security Taskforce, NICST". After NICST was established, the "National Center for Cyber Security Technology, NCCST" was set up in March 2001 to support NICST to establish the cyber security protection mechanism and provide technical services to government agencies, including prior-incident security protection, during-incident early warning and responses, and post-incident recoveries and forensics.

Since the establishment of NICST, our country has proactively led the government agencies to strengthen cyber security protection, which has achieved preliminary results in these years. 

However, cyber security requires long-term dedication. Since 2001, NCCST has successively promoted 6 phases of major cyber security programs, each with a 4-year period. Currently, it is the sixth phase of development program, 2021-2024." The goal is to enhance the overall cyber security defense capabilities and achieve the vision of "A Safety and Resilient Smart Nation" through four strategies listed below:

1. Attract high-level talents all over the world; cultivate independent power of research and innovation

2.Promote public-private-partnership governance; enhance the resilience of critical infrastructure

3.Utilize smart and forward-looking technologies; Proactively defend potential threats

4.Complete an intelligent and secure society; boost non-governmental protection capabilities

 

In response to Taiwan’s unique political and economic situation and global cyber security threats, it is urgent and necessary to continuously promote and implement cyber security tasks to respond to external challenges. Therefore, the Executive Yuan formally established the Department of Cyber Security (hereinafter referred to as “DCS”) on August 1st, 2016, to promote an overall national cyber security protection mechanism from the Yuan level; and led the national cyber security missions comprehensively with a team of dedicated professionals and special task force, while DCS directly commanded and supervised the cyber security related work of NCCST.

According to the 6th Phase of National Cyber Security Program, the core missions of NCCST are listed as follows:

1.Draft cyber security regulations, standards, and guidances; Analyze overall national cyber security threats to grasp current cyber security risks and protection status for completing national cyber security infrastructure environment.

2. Promote cyber security governance maturity model for government agencies; establish big data analysis capabilities and strengthen cyber security joint-defense monitoring of government agencies.

3.Plan and promote overall proactive defense strategy for government agencies. Establish an in-depth and comprehensive cyber security defense mechanism.

4.Promote national-level joint-defense system and establish cyber security information sharing mechanism by operating National- Information Sharing and Analysis Center (N-ISAC), National- Computer Emergency Response Team (N-CERT), and National- Security Operation Center (N-SOC).

5.Assist government agencies in dealing with cyber security incidents and strengthen emergency response and recovery capabilities. Conduct cyber security drills, together with cyber security audits and technical inspections to enhance the capabilities of cyber security protection, monitoring, early warning, management, the incident report, and emergency response for government agencies.

6. Provide the suggestions of cyber security protection for critical information infrastructure. Establish cyber security governance maturity for industrial control systems and the national-level cyber security risk assessment mechanism.

7.Plan cyber security development blueprint for the government; execute cyber security competency training and assessments; continue to incubate cyber security professionals to reinforce national cyber security awareness.

8.Promote collaboration between cyber security academics and research, facilitate international cyber security cooperation and experience sharing.

9.Other cyber security related affairs.


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