EU CyberNet – the bridge to cybersecurity expertise in the European Union

We establish a network and a practical learning platform with the goal to strengthen cybersecurity globally.

21.-23. August 2024

EU CyberNet Summer School 2024 in Lisbon

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EU Cyber Diplomacy Fellowship Concluded with a Visit to New York

The EU Cyber Diplomacy Fellowship, aimed to enhance global cooperation and contribute to the United Nations’ framework for responsible state behaviour in cyberspace, concluded this week after series of monthly activities with a visit to New York where the Fellows participated in the 8th United Nation’s session of the Open-ended Working Group (OEWG) on ICTs and several side-events.

Marcel Gerardino: “Technology has great value for advancing societies but in the wrong hands it has the potential to cause a lot of harm.”

Mini-interviews with EU CyberNet experts. Marcel Gerardino has been part of the Expert Pool for 3 years and has contributed to the work of EU CyberNet.

At CAMP 2024: AI-age incident response needs to evolve with technology

This week, Liina Areng, the Director of EU CyberNet participated in the CAMP 2024 Annual Meeting in Seoul to share Estonia’s and Europe’s perspective in cybersecurity with special emphasis on ransomware and artificial intelligence.

Conclusions from the Workshop to Strengthen Regional Cyber Norms Guidance through Practice-Based Approaches and the Case of Ransomware

EU CyberNet and LAC4 co-hosted on 8th July a workshop in New York in the premises of Estonian Mission to the UN to strengthen regional cyber norms guidance through practice-based approaches and the case of ransomware as a side-event of the UN Open-ended Working Group on ICTs together with RUSI, Estonia, Chile and the Dominican Republic.

Lisbon Portugal

EU CyberNet Summer School 2024

EU CyberNet in partnership with the National Cybersecurity Centre of Portugal and C-Hub Portugal will organize the 3rd EU CyberNet Summer School from 21st to 23rd August 2024 in Lisbon, Portugal on cybersecurity in the critical infrastructure sectors with a focus on maritime cybersecurity.


#34 EU CyberNet Club “IT vs OT Security”

EU CyberNet Club is an online event series where experts can learn from and discuss with other members of the EU CyberNet community of various issues that relate to cyber security. The topic of the discussion on August 1st is “IT vs OT Security”


TAIEX Workshop in preparation of the Cybersecurity Symposium: Bangladesh’s Path Forward

EU CyberNet in cooperation with the Technical Assistance and Information Exchange Instrument of the European Union (TAIEX) and the EU Delegation to Bangladesh is organising a workshop in preparation of the Cybersecurity Symposium: Bangladesh’ Path Forward.

Seoul, the Republic of Korea

CAMP 2024

Liina Areng, the Director of EU CyberNet will share best practices for cyber threat in Europe and Estonia at the CAMP 2024 Annual Meeting with special attention to ransomware and artificial intelligence.

New York, USA

Open-Ended Working Group on ICT

Participation of EU Cyber Diplomacy Fellowship programme participants in open-ended working group on ICT.

New York, USA

Strengthening regional cyber norms guidance through practice-based approaches: the case of ransomware

EU CyberNet and LAC4 are co-organising a workshop “Strengthening regional cyber norms guidance through practice-based approaches: the case of ransomware” as a side-event of the UN Open-ended Working Group.

Who we are


The EU CyberNet marshals the top minds of the cybersecurity community within the European Union to fortify the security of our digital space.

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Project Deliverables

The EU-wide pool of at least 500 cybersecurity experts and a community of at least 150 stakeholders to cover the full range of needs for the EU’s external capacity building.

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Everyone on our team is an expert in their field working to make global cyberspace more secure.

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Our network around the world

Cybersecurity is not dependent on one single nation. It requires effective cooperation and information sharing with other countries. EU CyberNet’s main goal is to bring together cyber security experts, policy officers and implementers so they could share knowledge, vision and experience in their fields.

Expert Pool

shares their expertise to build a world with stronger cyber security.

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Stakeholder Community

shares their best practices and lessons learnt in prior cyber capacity building activities.

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is a competence centre that enhances cyber capacities in the LAC region.

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