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EU CyberNet in numbers

By the end of 2022 EU CyberNet has 275 members in the Expert Pool and 61 members in the Stakeholder Community.

In 2022 EU CyberNet community grew rapidly. Throughout the year we onboarded 100 new members to the Expert Pool, who significantly improved our skillset and will provide new output for EU CyberNet’s external activities. Altogether there are now 275 members in the Expert Pool.

At the same time, the Stakeholder Community grew by many members, now having 61 members altogether.

EU CyberNet Club Events happened 12 times in 2022, all on different topics you can see HERE.

Over the year, we deployed 71 experts for various missions. We are proud to say that 40% of those experts were female.

It is important to note that from the 31 missions that we had on the table past year, 12 were organised through our technical platform CynAct. As CynAct was renewed at the very end of the past year, we are betting on much more activity in the upcoming 2023.



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