Information and communication technology (ICT) is integral to national and global development because it facilitates innovation and economic growth. The dependency of governments, organizations, businesses, and individuals on ICT, as well as the ever-increasing interdependence of digital devices within countries and the growing network connections with the digital systems of other countries, has made countries vulnerable to cybercrime. In view of that, cybercrime can adversely impact national security, international security, and the global economy. Because of its impact on security and the economy, the protection of ICT is considered to be of paramount importance nationally and internationally. Accordingly, countries worldwide have published strategies delineating how ICT will be protected from cybercrime and cybercriminals. This Module critically examines these strategies, and the tools used to assess these strategies and countries' cyber-related security and crime prevention efforts.