The GFCE is a global platform for the cyber capacity building community.
The Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) is a global platform for countries, international organizations and private companies to exchange best practices and expertise on cyber capacity building. Its aim is to identify successful policies, practices and ideas for cyber capacity building and amplify these on a global level. Together with partners from non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the technical community and academia, GFCE members develop practical initiatives to build global cyber capacity.
The overarching goal of the GFCE is to be a pragmatic, action-oriented and flexible forum that strengthens cyber capacity and expertise globally.
The GFCE structures its work around five themes of cyber capacity identified in the Delhi Communiqué:
- Cyber Security Policy and Strategy
- Cyber Incident Management and Critical Infrastructure Protection
- Cyber Security Culture and Skills
- Cyber Security Standards
The Cybil portal was created to meet a need identified by the GFCE community for a site where they could share information about projects, tools and relevant publications on international capacity building.
The GFCE is a voluntary and open community. If your country, company or organisation is interested in becoming a member or partner you can find further information on the GFCE website.