The Computer Emergency Response Team of Mauritius (CERT-MU) organised the launching ceremony for the Mauritian Cybercrime Online Reporting System (MAUCORS) and a Cyber Drill for Top Management in collaboration with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) at Le Meridien Hotel on Thursday 15th March 2018. The Mauritian Cybercrime Online Reporting System (MAUCORS) was officially launched by Honourable Yogida Sawmynaden, Minister of Technology, Communication & Innovation. This system will help to coordinate and resolve social media incidents efficiently. This system has been developed by the CERT-MU and is one of the key initiative under the newly drafted Cybercrime Strategy that sets out the Government’s approach to combat cybercrime in Mauritius. The cyber drill for top management was also officially opened by Honourable Yogida Sawmynaden, Minister of Technology, Communication & Innovation on the same day. Professor Dr. Marco Gercke conducted the cyber drill for top management of organisations. The objective of this drill was to demonstrate the top executives to assess organizations’ preparedness to resist cyber threats and enable timely detection, response, and mitigation and recovery actions in the event of cyber-attacks. The launching ceremony was attended by around 70 participants and the cyber drill was attended by 55 participants.