The Irish Computer Society has a broad membership base with members from a range of sectors within the profession. To cater for members' wide variety of professional interests and needs, the Society:
The Confederation of European Data Protection Organisations CEDPO aims to promote the role of the Data Protection Officer, to provide advice on balanced, practicable, and effective data protection and to contribute to a better harmonisation of data protection law and practices in the EU/EEA
CEPIS unites 34 Professional Informatics Societies over 29 European Countries and is the voice of more than 200,000 ICT Professionals.
CEPIS encourages ICT literacy and best practice in the Information Society and promotes acceptance of professional standards for ICT Professionals. Through these, CEPIS enhances ICT professionalism and the role that ICT plays in modern society.
The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition is a multi-stakeholder partnership focussed on tackling the digital skills shortage and on upskilling everybody to take advantage of the digital economy and society. the Irish Computer Society was asked by the European Commission to lead the establishment of such a partnership in Ireland.
IFIP is a non-governmental, non-profit umbrella organisation for national ICT societies. It was established in 1960 under the auspices of UNESCO as an aftermath of the first World Computer Congress.
Today, IFIP has several types of Members and maintains friendly connections to specialised agencies of the UN system and non-governmental organisations.