The Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) is a global platform for countries, international organizations and private companies to exchange best practices and expertise on cyber capacity building. The aim is to identify successful policies, practices and ideas and multiply these on a global level. Together with partners from NGOs, the tech community and academia GFCE members develop practical initiatives to build cyber capacity.
Global Cyber Expertise Magazine
Bi-annual online magazine about global cyber policy developments and capacity building projects. The brand new Volume 5 (September 2018) is now available in pdf-format and as an additional interactive online version!
GFCE Cyber Monitor
The GFCE Cyber Monitor provides an overview of the overall state of a given country's current cyber capcacity
GFCE Triple-I Workshop @APRICOT2019, Daejeon, South Korea: Improve Justified Trust in the Internet, together
29-03-2019 | 11:24
Triple-I (the Internet Infrastructure Initiative) is a GFCE Initiative with the objective to enhance justified trust in Internet ...
National Strategies: interviews behind the cover
18-10-2018 | 14:49
The GFCE Working Group for Policy and Strategy presents information regarding the development of national cyber strategies ...
Successful GFCE Triple-I New Delhi meeting
12-10-2018 | 09:14
On Friday 12 October, preceding the India School on Internet Governance 2018 (INSIG2018), the Indian Ministry of Electronics and ...
GFCE Annual Meeting 2018: From Awareness to Implementation
09-10-2018 | 12:14
The GFCE Annual Meeting 2018 has focused on the positioning of the GFCE as the facilitating and coordinating platform on the ...
Sydney Recommendations - Practical Futures for Cyber Confidence Building in the ASEAN region
05-10-2018 | 13:48
In the lead-up to the ASEAN–Australia Special Summit, ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre launched an initiative with ...
Cybersecurity Tech Accord announces partnership with Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE)
26-09-2018 | 16:57
We are proud to announce that, as of today, 61 global companies have endorsed the Cybersecurity Tech Accord and its partnership ...
The Netherlands @DutchMFA and the United Kingdom @LondonCyber announce support to #cybercapacitybuilding and #thegfce through the World Bank. We look forward to others joining. 💪#GFCEWGM20199pic.twitter.com/lVE7n1MxMZZ
Great sessions at the @gfce Working Group meetings at The Hague yesterday and today. The multi-stakeholder engagement model is providing much food for thought for the next stage of GFCE cyber capacity building via the 5 Working Groups.
Attending @thegfce working groups happening today & tomorrow in The Hague. #Cybersecurity #cooperation, #policy and #capacitybuilding will be among the key topics of discussion among public sector, academia and industry representatives alike. pic.twitter.com/DX1GvXuYVr