GFCE members consist of States, intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) and private companies with the resources and commitment to contribute to cyber capacity building. Members can develop joint capacity building initiatives within the GFCE. During annual high level discussions GFCE members evaluate progress and decide about longterm strategy of the GFCE.

The GFCE is open to new members, provided they subscribe to the The Hague Declaration on the GFCE, accompanying the official launch of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise. GFCE members will be consulted on requests for membership. Read here for more information on how to become a member to the GFCE.

The 60 GFCE members represent 66% of the world's population.