Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre

Founding Year: 2013

Staff: 10


Sadie Creese (Founding Director)

The multidisciplinary research centre engages in efficient and effective cybersecurity capacity-building and policymaking. It is working towards complementary models that provide “nations with a comprehensive framework to make better-informed decisions to improve planning, avoid duplication and enable better-strategised capacity-building investments.”

Research dimensions:


  • CYBIL – It is “a publicly-available portal where members of the international cyber capacity building community can find and share information to support the design and delivery of programs and projects.”


Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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