• 5th & 6th Floors, MOC Office
  • info@moc.gov.gh
  • Office Hours: 8:00 AM – 5 PM
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Brief History

The National Cyber Security Centre (formerly a National Cyber Security Secretariat (NCSS) in 2017) is the national agency established under the Ministry of Communications and Digitalisation in 2018 to oversee the country's Cybersecurity development via the implementation of priority and strategic initiatives and investments for a secure and resilient digital Ghana.
The NCSC is responsible for protecting the country's critical information infrastructure (CII), provide a proactive and reactive response and reporting mechanisms to cybersecurity incidents, promote capacity building and awareness creation efforts, provide child online protection, and foster cybersecurity domestic and international cooperation.
With the passage of the Cybersecurity Act, 2020 (Act 1038), the NCSC is expected to transition into the Cyber Security Authority (CSA)


A Secure and Resilient Digital Ghana.


To Build a Resilient Digital Ecosystem; Secure Digital Infrastructure; Develop National Capacity; Deter Cybercrime; and Strengthen Cybersecurity Cooperation.

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