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GFCE Triple-I Kolkata Meeting

On Thursday 14 November, 2019, INSIG hosted the GFCE Triple-I Day for the second time in India. This workshop was initiated by the Global Forum for Cyber Expertise (GFCE), was hosted by Indian School for Internet Governance (INSIG) , and was supported by APNIC, ICANN, Internet Society (ISOC) and its Indian chapters West-Bengali Chapter, and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate. Aim of the workshop was to look for ways forward towards Capacity Building for a more trusted Internet experience in the region. Participants in this workshop included global and regional experts, and regional Internet stakeholder groups, including the government, business and technical community, who all contributed in finding solutions to strengthen an open end-to-end Internet.

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GFCE Triple- I Bogota Meeting

On Sunday 3 December, the LACIGF hosted the GFCE Triple-I Day for the second time in LAC region. The Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE), as part of the activities on Day zero of the Latin American and Caribbean Internet Governance Forum, LACIGF 16, organized the GFCE Triple-I workshop “Creating a more trusted Internet experience, together”. This workshop was supported by LACIGF (https://lacigf.org/), ICANN (http://www.icann.org), LACTLD (https://www.lactld.org/), LACNIC (https://www.lacnic.net/), nic.br/cgi.br (https://cgi.br/), Internet Society (http://www.Internetsociety.org), and EasyDMARC, and stakeholders from these and other organizations working in the development of the Internet in our LAC region participated in the workshop, both as speakers and participants, including the government, the private sector and the technical community. It was building upon the results of the previous workshop in La Paz, Bolivia, hosted by LACIGF in 2019 (https://thegfce.org/event/gfce-triple-i-day-lacigf2019/).

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GFCE Triple-I Accra Meeting

On Tuesday 28 November 2023, during the GFCE Annual Meeting prior to the GC3B Global Conference on Cyber Capacity Building,  the 3rd African GFCE Triple-I workshop took place.  This workshop was supported by GFCE, ICANN, Internet Society, EasyDMARC, Global Cyber Alliance, and IS3 Coalition. The aim of the workshop was to look for ways forward towards more trusted use of Internet and email in regions throughout Africa, building on the results of the previous workshop in Kampala, Uganda, hosted by AIS (2019). Participants in this workshop included global and regional experts, and regional Internet stakeholder groups, including government, business and technical community representatives, who all contributed in finding solutions to strengthen an open end-to-end Internet.

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GFCE Triple-I La Paz meeting

On Monday 5th of August, during @LACIGF2019, LACIGF hosted the GFCE Triple-I Day for the first time in LAC region. This workshop was supported by LACIGF (https://lacigf.org/), LACTLD (https://www.lactld.org/), LACNIC (https://www.lacnic.net/), LACAAWG, nic.br/cgi.br (https://cgi.br/), ICANN (http://www.icann.org), Internet Society (http://www.Internetsociety.org) and its Bolivian Chapter, and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate. GFCE coordinated this initiative to look for ways towards more trusted use of Internet and email in the LAC region. Participants in this workshop were regional Internet stakeholder groups, including government, business and technical community who all contributed in finding solutions to strengthen an open end-to-end Internet.

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Meeting Report (Spanish): https://thegfce.org/wp-content/uploads/GFCE-Triple-I-Day-@LACIGF2019-August-5-2019-La-Paz-Bolivia-Castellano-1.pdf

GFCE kick-off meeting 2015

Over 80 participants from 47 countries and organizations all over the world came together in The Hague to discuss the progress on their cyber capacity building initiatives and decide about the way forward for the GFCE as a new international platform. 

The meeting proved to be an important networking event for senior management of countries, international organizations, companies and NGOs. 

Main outcomes of the meeting:

GFCE Triple-I Dakar Workshop

On Monday 7th of May, during the Africa Internet Summit, AfricaCERT hosted the first GFCE Triple-I Internet Infrastructure Security Day. Participants were sought across regional Internet stakeholder groups, including government, business and technical community.

The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate as a Member of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise coordinated this initiative to look for ways towards more trusted use of Internet and email in the African region. Participants in this workshop were regional Internet stakeholder groups, including government, business and technical community who all contributed in finding solutions to strengthen an open end-to-end Internet.

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GFCE Triple-I Almaty meeting

On Friday 25 September, during the RIPE NCC Regional Meeting in Kazakhstan, RIPE NCC hosted the GFCE Triple-I Internet Infrastructure Security Panel. The panel included experts from local and global Internet stakeholder groups and was dedicated to finding solutions to strengthen an open end-to-end Internet in the region.

The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate as a Member of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise coordinated this initiative to look for ways forward towards more trusted use of Internet and email in the region. The panel included experts from local and global Internet stakeholder groups and was dedicated to finding solutions to strengthen an open end-to-end Internet in the region. 

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GFCE Triple-I New Delhi meeting

On Friday 12 October, preceding the India School on Internet Governance 2018 (INSIG2018), the Indian Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY) hosted the GFCE Triple-I Internet Infrastructure Security Day. Participants were regional Internet stakeholder groups, including the government, business and technical community, who all contributed in finding solutions to strengthen an open end-to-end Internet.

GFCE Working Group meeting 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.

The formal focus of the GFCE Working Group Meetings was to further strengthen an ecosystem for international cooperation on cyber capacity building and to bring the GFCE forward in 2019.

One of the main outcomes of the Working Group sessions was for the different GFCE Working Groups to agree on the work plans and expected deliverables for 2019, that will be presented during the GFCE Annual Meeting 2019 in October. 

Aside from the Working Group sessions, there was also room for networking, creative brainstorm opportunities and various announcements in the opening session. During the plenary session, Carmen Gonsalves, Dutch MFA and Andrew Dinsley, FCO, announced that the Netherlands and the United Kingdom will support the GFCE with 350.000 euros through the World Bank.

Another key theme of the Working Group Meetings was the interactive demo of the GFCE mapping tool. Over the past months, the GFCE Secretariat has been working on a mapping exercise to map capacity building activities of her Members. The tool is open to everyone and currently consists of two mapping topics: one on CCB Activities and another on the status of GFCE Members’ national cyber security strategies. The mapping tool is part of the wider GFCE effort to structure and present cyber expertise and will also be featured on the CCB Knowledge Portal that will be presented during the GFCE Annual Meeting in October 2019.