The European Union External Cyber Capacity Building Network – or the EU CyberNet, in short, is a project led by the Estonian Information System Authority (RIA) in a consortium with authorities from Germany and Luxembourg that aims to create a network of cyber experts and establish a community of stakeholders.
The online presence of EU CyberNet consists of two key components. First, there is their website (read more here), which serves as the primary interface for users. Second, there is a technical platform called CynAct designed explicitly for member experts and stakeholders. CynAct is a hub where individuals can exchange valuable information, share experiences, and contribute knowledge through Calls for Action (CFAs or missions). These missions aim to enhance cyber capacity-building in partner countries.
In a nutshell, EU CyberNet brings together experts and stakeholders from across Europe to collaborate and support cyber capacity-building initiatives. Their website and the CynAct platform are crucial in facilitating communication, knowledge sharing, and collaborative efforts in this domain.