The GFCE Regional Hub for the Pacific aims to understand the cyber capacity requirements of the region and to work in Partnership with the Pacific nations and people to raise their cyber capacities.
It is an impartial and independent, but pragmatic, action-oriented, and responsive platform that helps empower local Pacific communities and structures so that cyber capacity building efforts become more resourceful in a manner that is Pacific appropriate, Pacific sensitive, and done the Pacific way.
The Hub offers practical advice, expertise and assistance, deeply embedded in local cyber communities of practices. It also provides access to the GFCE’s global network of Members and Partners to those in the Pacific region. A key deliverable of the Pacific Hub is to build a facts-based understanding of the regional cyber capacity building environment.
The GFCE held its first regional Pacific meeting on cyber capacity building in February 2020 in Melbourne at the invitation of the Oceania Cyber Security Centre.
For any enquiries, please contact the GFCE Pacific Hub at email@example.com