Status regarding Budapest ConventionStatus : NA See legal profile
State Policy on Development of ICT up to 2025, implemented by Communications and Information Technology Authority, includes commitments to improving information security while developing ICT:
- Foster legal environment for enforcing cyber security standards;
- Build capacity for defending critical infrastructure;
- Expand cooperation with professionals and international community; and
- Improve education and awareness of cybersecurity issues.
Chapter 25 of the Criminal Code of Mongolia contains substantive law provisions corresponding partially to data and system interference, as well as misuse of devices:
- Article 226. Alteration, damage or destruction of the computer data or software;
- Article 227. Illegally obtaining of the computer data;
- Article 217. Preparation and sale of devices for illegally entering the computer data network;
- Article 229. Designing, using or dissemination of a computer virus.
The Criminal Procedure Code does not include procedural powers corresponding to the Budapest Convention.
Cyber Security Department (Кибер Аюулгүй Байдлын Газар)
General Intelligence Agency
Mission to: 1. Ensure information and communication security of the state 2. Coordinate cyber security efforts at the national level 3. Increase public awareness against cyber crime
Cybercrime Unit (Кибер гэмт хэрэгтэй тэмцэх алба)
National Police Agency Source
Mongolian Cyber Emergency Response Team / Coordination Center (MNCERT/CC)
Non-governmental, officially recognized
These profiles do not necessarily reflect official positions of the States covered or of the Council of Europe.
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- Template: Mutual Legal Assistance Request for subscriber information (Art. 31 Budapest Convention). English and bilingual versions available.
- Template: Data Preservation Request (Articles 29 and 30 Budapest Convention). English and bilingual versions available.