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Cyber capacity building projects mapping 2.0

The cyber capacity building (CCB) projects mapping tool 2.0 has been launched with more functionalities and possibilities, bringing you better filtering and download options, as well as separate project pages.

The mapping of EU-funded and EU Member States (MS) funded external cyber capacity building projects in the third countries at the request of the Commission’s Service for Foreign Policy Instruments (FPI) and the European External Action Service (EEAS) is an initiative that was launched in 2022 and is an ongoing endeavour.

The main purpose of the mapping is to increase operational awareness, enhance coordination, reduce fragmentation and support target groups (Commission services, EU-funded projects & initiatives, EU Member State’s actions). The mapping relies on contributions from the European Commission and the project implementers, as well as voluntary contributions from the EU Member States.

EU CyberNet has launched a new and more practical CCB projects mapping tool that provides additional possibilities and a user-friendly interface. The new functionalities in the mapping tool include:

  • Better filtering – more possibilities to find the project you are looking by filtering based on countries, regions, focus, period, type and the funder.
  • General statistics – easy access to the most general and needed statistics, such as the number of ongoing EU-funded and Member States’ funded projects, and the total budget of ongoing EU-funded projects.
  • Regional division – all the regions in the world have now been integrated into the mapping tool, which provides a better overview across geographical regions.
  • Project pages – each project has now separate projects pages with all the necessary information.
  • Download options – the new tool introduces two options for downloads, excel export of all the data and download of project onepagers.

The CCB projects mapping is available to all on EU CyberNet website



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