Governing Cybersecurity in an Emerging Market: A Proposal for Mozambique

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The Mozambique National Cybersecurity Strategy does not elaborate a governance framework, thus, this paper looks at two essential questions: (1) what governance model should the Government of Mozambique (GoM) adopt to coordinate the implementation of the Strategy? and (2) how should the GoM proceed with organizational transformation within the relevant agency(ies) to support the implementation of the Strategy? Through the use of a mixed-methodology of literature reviews and analysis of the socioeconomic context of the country, the paper concludes with a list of proposed critical information infrastructure (CII), a governance structure to address the cybersecurity threats that can negatively affect the CII, as well as the sequence of interventions and change activities necessary to support the country’s ability to implement said Strategy.
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Capstone (EMCS)--Brown University, 2020

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Pateguana, Jaqueline D., "Governing Cybersecurity in an Emerging Market: A Proposal for Mozambique" (2020). Executive Master in Cybersecurity. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.26300/gc59-6w70

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