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Status regarding Budapest Convention

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Cybercrime policies/strategies

The Government of Brunei has not yet adopted a cybercrime strategy. However, new cyber security laws are currently being drafted (2020).

Specialised institutions

  • The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Royal Brunei Police Force is responsible for criminal investigations, but does not have a dedicated cybercrime unit.
  • BruCERT – Brunei National Computer Emergency Response Team.
  • The Criminal Justice Division of the Attorney General’s Chambers is responsible for conducting criminal prosecution, advising law enforcement agencies regarding criminal law issues and supervising them in the investigation of cases, conducting seminars with stakeholders including on cybercrime cases prosecuted in Brunei Darussalam.
  • Establishing a National Cyber Security Agency is ongoing.

Jurisprudence/case law

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