1.4.1 STANDARDISATION DEVELOPMENT
Eritrea does not have an officially recognized national or sector-specific research and development program or
project for cybersecurity standards, best practices and guidelines.
1.4.2 MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT
There are no educational and professional training programs for raising awareness, higher education and
certification in Eritrea.
1.4.3 PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
Eritrea does not have the exact number of public sector professionals certified under internationally recognized
certification programs in cybersecurity.
1.4.4 AGENCY CERTIFICATION
Eritrea does not have any certified government and public sector agencies certified under internationally recognized
standards in cybersecurity.
1.5.1 INTRA-STATE COOPERATION
Eritrea does not have any framework to facilitate sharing of cybersecurity assets across borders or with other nation
1.5.2 INTRA-AGENCY COOPERATION
Eritrea does not have any officially recognized national or sector-specific program for sharing cybersecurity assets
within the public sector.
1.5.3 PUBLIC SECTOR PARTNERSHIP
There is no officially recognized national or sector-specific program for sharing cybersecurity assets within the public
and private sector in Eritrea.
1.5.4 INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
Eritrea is a member of the ITU-IMPACT initiative and has access to relevant cybersecurity services.
2. CHILD ONLINE PROTECTION
2.1 NATIONAL LEGISLATION
Specific legislation on child online protection has been enacted through the following instruments:
2.2 UN CONVENTION AND PROTOCOL
Eritrea has acceded, with no declarations or reservations to articles 16, 17(e) and 34(c), to the Convention on the
Rights of the Child.
Eritrea has acceded, with no declarations or reservations to articles 2 and 3, to the Optional Protocol to The
Convention on the Rights of the Child on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography.
2.3 INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT
There is no agency responsible for child online protection in Eritrea.
2.4 REPORTING MECHANISM