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.
VOICE OVER: Cyberspace.
It brings us social and economic growth and innovation.
But we have to keep it open, secure and free. Together, on a global scale.
On April 16th, 2015, we launched the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise.
Develop innovative cyber solutions
and exchange of expertise
to build cyber capacity.
We will work together.
For instance, to make sure people are safe online,
to build strong Incident Response Teams,
and to improve national cyber laws.
Our members are governments,
and private companies from all over the world.
NGO’s, the tech community and academics will be closely involved.
Help us make cyber a safer space. Join the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise.
The Hague Declaration on the GFCE
Political statement of the 42 founding members during the launch of the GFCE on 16 April 2015 at the Global Conference on...
Framework document GFCE
This Framework Document outlines the structure and operation of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise. It reflects the shared...
Terms of Reference GFCE
The GFCE Terms of Reference provides further details on the operational aspects of the GFCE and should be read in juction with...