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Cybercrime policies/strategies

Luxembourgish National Cyber Security Strategy III was approved and made enforceable by the Government Council on 26 January 2018. The strategy is based on four strategic guidelines:

  • Guideline No. 1: Strengthening public confidence in the digital environment – referring also to combating cybercrime and the need to strengthen cooperation;
  • Guideline No. 2: Digital Infrastructure protection;
  • Guideline No. 3: Promotion of the economy
  • Guideline No. 4:  Implementation of the strategy


Politique de Sécurité de l’Information de l'État luxembourgeois establishes the National Agency for the Security of Information Systems (ANSSI), with the mandate of: Preserving confidential data of the State; Ensuring accountability for any processing of personal data; Defining a policy for handling classified information; Issuing recommendations for implementation of information security policies to relevant actors.

Specialised institutions

New Technologies section, Central Directorate of the Judicial Police (DCPJ)

CIRCL – Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg

ANSSI - the National Agency for the Security of Information Systems

Currently, there are 4 public CERTs and 6 private CERTs (1 is a joint industry service) covering different sectors of the economy and society in Luxembourg. The main one is Governmental CERT.


Jurisprudence/case law

Sources and links

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