The new powers to act against financial institutions come as the Iranian regime flouts international sanctions via a large petroleum shipping network.
The new approach comes amid the conviction of radicalised citizens and as schools improve security.
Rehabilitation efforts must be taken seriously to prevent the further dissemination of dangerous and false ideas.
The exercises brought together 45 representatives from across national institutions, the judiciary, civil society, the ICT industry, the media and law enforcement.
The internet continues to be the main method of recruitment by terrorist organisations, Kazakh analysts warn.
Evacuations of Central Asian citizens from conflict areas are intensifying as survivors describe the horrors of living among 'Islamic State' members.
Youth have an information vacuum that is filled either with reliable information about spiritual values or with destructive ideas, observers say.
The son of deceased al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden died sometime within the past two years, confirmed US officials.
Only trials where evidence and testimony are accessible to everyone can turn the page on the 'Islamic State', said UN investigator Karim Khan.
A large number of the estimated 400 Turkmen militants who fought for the 'Islamic State' in Syria and Iraq and survived are now in parts of Afghanistan that border Turkmenistan.