Papua New Guinea (PNG) has demonstrated limited improvement in its cyber maturity and continues to exhibit a relatively narrow approach to cyberspace in both its government structure and legislation. There is an awareness of the threat of cybercrime and electronic warfare, yet implementation of responsive policy is unclear. Engagement with the private sector and international partners continues to be focused the establishment of cyber infrastructure. Despite the low level of Internet penetration, there is some level of social engagement with cyber issues. A broader approach to cyberspace, with more extensive policy development and implementation would result in a higher score.