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  1. Promote the National Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Plan:

    Supervise all competent authorities of critical infrastructures and follow the risk management framework stipulated in the “Guidelines for National Critical Infrastructure Protection” by drafting necessary protection and contingency response measures for natural disasters, man-made hazards, security breaches, and cyberattacks. Continuously make improvements by gaining practical experience and reviewing drill results.

  2. Implement risk management and meeting expectations for continuous operations:

    Demand that all ministries and agencies regularly take inventory of and review their assets, identify weak points and potential threats, and draft improvement and emergency response/protection measures in order to eliminate potential impacts and minimize the damage caused by disasters.

  3. Enhance self-defense capabilities:
    1. Raise civilian awareness of the weaknesses and threats to key infrastructures, terrorist attacks, and extreme violence.
    2. Advocate civilian's capabilities of self-defense.