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Clingendael Institute

At Clingendael Academy, the cyber team organises, coordinates and implements knowledge exchange and on-site or online training courses on cyber security and -diplomacy.

With their training courses Clingendael Academy aims to contribute to the professional development of diplomats and other professionals operating in the international cyber domain.

The Clingendael Training Method combines relevant content, skills-based training, and application to the professional context of specific training audiences. The courses cover a range of cyber issues related to cyber threats, challenges, opportunities, and policy solutions that are relevant to the group. What can these professionals do to contribute to security and stability in the international cyber domain?

Clingendael Institute focuses on following topics:

GFCE Member Since: March 2024


EclecticIQ is a global provider of threat intelligence technology and services.  

The most targeted organizations in the world – including governments and large enterprises – use this platform to automate intelligence management at scale and accelerate collaboration across security teams. 

With open and extensible cybersecurity platform and ecosystem, the organizations are able to stay ahead of rapidly evolving threats and outmaneuver adversaries by embedding Intelligence at the core™ of their cyberdefenses. 

Founded in 2014, EclecticIQ is a leading European cybersecurity vendor operating worldwide with teams across Europe, the UK, and North America, and via value-add partners.

In the light of Cyber capacity building, EclecticIQ focuses on empowering organisations in their effort to build a Cyber Threat Intelligence practice. By supporting organisations in their maturity roadmap towards building a pro-active cyber security posture and leveraging the EclecticIQ CTI Capability Maturity model to assess current maturity levels and way forward.  

GFCE Member Since: March 2024

The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)

The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) established a specialized Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in The Hague, The Netherlands, in 2017. The Centre’s mission is to advance understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) and related technology with a special focus on the aspects of crime, justice and other threats to security.

A few projects of the UNICRI Centre for AI and Robotics include:

Other areas of research include setting responsible limits on facial recognition technology, the dual nature of AI to support counter-terrorism activities and its potential to be misused by malicious actors.

GFCE Member Since: March 2024


Tony Blair Institute



The LAC4’s mission is to enhance cyber capacities in the LAC region, delivered by the EU CyberNet Project though its Expert Pool and in collaboration with other EU-funded capacity building projects and international partners. The center serves as a training and knowledge hub for sharing expertise in cybersecurity and cybercrime, facilitating practical collaboration between the LAC region and the EU as well as other like-minded partners, and promoting the benefits of an open, free and inclusive cyberspace.

Internet Society

The Internet Society supports and promotes the development of the Internet as a global technical infrastructure, a resource to enrich people’s lives, and a force for good in society. Our work aligns with our goals for the Internet to be open, globally connected, secure, and trustworthy. We seek collaboration with all who share these goals. Together, we focus on: building and supporting the communities that make the Internet work; advancing the development and application of Internet infrastructure, technologies, and open standards; and advocating for policy that is consistent with our view of the Internet.


Genesis Analytics

Genesis Analytics is a global African consultancy. Established in 1998, Genesis is headquartered in Johannesburg with corporate offices in Nairobi, Addis Ababa, Abidjan, Cape Town, Lagos and London. We have over 25 years of experience working across 41 African countries. Our GFCE Membership engagement is led by our Centre of Digital Excellence (CODE) practice. Our purpose is to co-create value in Africa by harnessing opportunities in the digital economy. The C0DE team has significant experience in formulating and inputting into policy and regulatory frameworks across Africa, in addition to ICT market analysis and  digital trade analysis.

GFCE Member Since: December 2023