The Report is a direct outcome of the P4C, which was held in Nadi, Fiji from 2nd October to 4th October. The conference gathered over 100 representatives from various Pacific Island countries, PBP countries, and non-government stakeholders to discuss cyber capacity building (CCB) in the region.

The conference was jointly funded by the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand through the Partners in the Blue Pacific. It was organised at the PBP’s invitation by Oceania Cyber Security Centre (OCSC) in collaboration with the Global Forum for Cyber Expertise (GFCE).

The contents of the report emerged from data gathered during deliberations at the conference, the analysis of which produced several themes. The report was developed and written by OCSC’s Research and Capacity Building team, with feedback and review provided by the GFCE.

The P4C Outcomes Report presents five key themes that emerged from the discussions: Pacific Leadership, Contextualised Capacity Building, Improved Pacific Cyber Ecosystem, Embedded Sustainability, and Inclusive Development. In addition to these themes, the report identifies ten recommendations: five short-term, and five long-term.

The PBP P4C Outcomes Report can be read in full on the P4C website: