capacity and expertise
What is the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE)?
The GFCE is a multi-stakeholder community of more than 160 members and partners from all regions of the world, aiming to strengthen cyber capacity and expertise globally. The GFCE endeavours to be a pragmatic, action-orientated and flexible platform for international collaboration, reducing overlap and duplication of efforts in the cyber capacity building (CCB) ecosystem to ensure an open, free, peaceful and secure digital world.
As a global platform comprising of governments, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, civil society, private companies, the technical community and academia, the GFCE builds global cyber capacity through the GFCE Working Groups, Cybil Knowledge Portal, the Clearing House function, the Global CCB Research Agenda and practical GFCE initiatives.
Coordinating cyber capacity projects to avoid duplication of efforts.
Sharing knowledge and expertise for improved efficiency and effectiveness.
Addressing capacity gaps by matching support requests with offers for support.
CCB Research Agenda
Identifying and filling knowledge gaps by developing research projects.
Working Group Themes
Latest News and Articles
GFCE Report on “Developing Cyber Security as a Profession”, by Working Group D on Cyber Security Culture & Skills
News Article | The Hague 8 August 2022 We are happy to share that
Cyber Resilience for Development: A Luncheon Side Event on the Global Conference on Cyber Capacity Building (#GC3B)
News Article | New York 4 August 2022 The Global Forum on Cyber Expertise