Advisory Board 2020-2022 Call for applications is now closed

The Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) called upon civil society (NGO’s, academia and the technical community) to apply for membership of the GFCE Advisory Board 2020-2022. The application deadline of 1 March 2020 has now passed. The new GFCE Advisory Board will be presented to the GFCE community during the GFCE 5th Anniversary Meeting (14-16 […]

The establishment of the GFCE Foundation Board

The establishment of the GFCE Foundation Board It is with great pleasure to announce that after a long and careful process the Government of the Netherlands has established the GFCE Foundation. The GFCE Foundation will greatly support and strengthen the efforts of the GFCE community. For this purpose, a GFCE Foundation Board has been installed, […]

GFCE Annual Meeting 2019: Supporting Cyber Capacity Building for Growth

This year, the GFCE Annual Meeting was hosted by the African Union Commission from 8 – 10 October at the AUC premises in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Other international cyber-related events were held in parallel in the same week: the Commonwealth roundtable meeting, the public hearing of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace and […]

The Global Cyber Expertise Magazine Issue 6 is now online

The sixth edition of the Global Cyber Expertise Magazine was presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting and is now available online here. The Global Cyber Expertise Magazine Issue 6 in print. During the GFCE Annual Meeting 2019 in Addis Ababa, the sixth issue of the Global Cyber Expertise Magazine was presented by Moctar Yedaly, African Union […]

Introducing Cybil, the CCB Knowledge Portal

Announcement: GFCE Knowledge Partners and GFCE Secretariat launch a new cyber capacity knowledge portal at GFCE Annual Meeting 2019 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 9 October 2019. Cybil is the new publicly-available knowledge portal which was launched and presented to the global cyber capacity building community at the GFCE Annual Meeting in Addis Ababa Ethiopia on 9 […]

Fruitful GFCE Triple-I Meeting in Kampala @AIS2019

by Maarten Botterman, GFCE Triple-I Facilitator Triple-I (the Internet Infrastructure Initiative) is a GFCE Initiative with the objective to enhance justified trust in the Internet and email through open internet security standards and sharing good practices on a global level. Triple-I aims to organize capacity building workshops in different regions with the support of the GFCE community, as well […]

GFCE Working Group Meetings 2019 – Bringing the GFCE forward in 2019

From April 3rd- April 4th, the GFCE Working Group Meetings took place in the Hague. The GFCE Working Group Meetings were attended by 150 representatives from over 80 countries and organizations and strengthened the collaborative efforts on cyber capacity building between GFCE Members and Partners from all over the world. Please find the notes and […]

GFCE Triple-I Workshop @APRICOT2019, Daejeon, South Korea: Improve Justified Trust in the Internet, together

Triple-I (the Internet Infrastructure Initiative) is a GFCE Initiative with the objective to enhance justified trust in Internet and email through open internet security standards and sharing good practices on a global level.. Triple-I aims to organize capacity building workshops different regions with the support of the GFCE community, as well as from members of the global “technical […]

National Strategies: interviews behind the cover

The GFCE Working Group for Policy and Strategy presents information regarding the development of national cyber strategies through interviews conducted with cybersecurity specialists in Norway, Mexico and Senegal. These three GFCE Member countries develop their strategies in different contexts. Norway utilizes a very open approach to develop their strategy. Mexico counts on support by the […]