Catalogue of Clusters

The first European Cybersecurity and Privacy Cluster catalogue Clusters play a vital role in the Cybersecurity and privacy ecosystem.

With numbers increasing at national/regional/local levels across Europe and associated countries they are offer an excellent opportunity for new providers of CS&P services to actually reach their potential users.  
The catalogue is made up of 66 clusters from all over Europe which have a focus on Cybersecurity and Privacy, have members that are well-known in the sector and are strategically aligned with the goal of the cyberwatching.eu project.

By creating this unique catalogue, our goal is to make it easier for clusters to be found based on specific cybersecurity and privacy topics.
This is a unique chance for CS&P clusters to effectively reinforce their reputation as well as showcase their events, projects and initiatives (national and pan-European). In addition, clusters have a variety of opportunities to collaborate and create research and partnership with multiple actors in the space.

Make sure your entry is accurate:  to ensure we have the right information, we kindly ask cluster representatives to update or improve the information that we have published. If your cluster is not in the catalogue, you can also register.
You can do this here: https://www.cyberwatching.eu/submit-your-csp-cluster

Minalogic

Minalogic is a global innovation cluster for digital technologies serving France’s Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. The cluster supports the region’s leading innovators by facilitating networking, fostering collaborative R&D, and providing companies with personalized assistance throughout all phases of business growth. The products and services developed by our members address all industries, from ICT and healthcare to energy and advanced manufacturing.

Mobile Heights

Mobile Heights is an industry driven networking community founded by Ericsson, Sony Mobile, Telia Company and the Regional council of Skåne and the universities of Lund, Malmö and Blekinge. Today a large number of companies and organizations from multiple industries cooperate to boost the business within the area of connected technologies. By investing in research, open innovation and entrepreneurship, the common vision is to maintain and strengthen the region as an international hotspot for connected technologies.

NiCAT Cluster

In today’s world the IT and high technologies are the driving force of development. Our region is marked as a region with engineering culture. We believe that there is a huge potential and opportunity for success.

Pólo das Tecnologias de Informação, Comunicação e Electrónica - TICE.PT

Objectives
The TICE.PT aims to promote and leverage networking strategies for the sector. Network between companies and R&D centers, in order to induce a renewal active in national economic context, producing positive effects on national offering, enhanced by innovation and knowledge, creating export capacity and added value in domestic products. 

ProcessIT Innovations

Bring together actors focused on the 4th industrial revolution in challenge oriented research and innovation collaborations

Secured Communicating Solutions cluster

Objectives
Develop the first European and one the 3 leading worldwide ecosystem on our 3 Smart Specialisation Areas, contactless technology; networks, IoT & mobile services; security & digital identity
 

Strategy

SIIT Scpa

Objectives
SIIT S.c.p.a. is a Technological District created in 2005 with the aim of creating an integrated system for the development of industrial research activity and its related training. This achievement is intended to benefit large industries, small and medium enterprise, the University of Genoa, diverse public institutions, research institutions and finance companies.

Silesia ICT Cluster

Cluster’s mission is the formation of a strong and stable organization in Silesia Voivodeship being able to meet any need pertaining the fields of informatization, telecommunication and project engineering.

Strategic goals:

- Facilitation of access to domestic and European sources of funding;

- Aggregation of informational and material resources and creation of consortia for R&D and application projects;

- Support in the area of marketing and promotion;

Silicon Alps Cluster GmbH

Objectives
The Silicon Alps Electronic Cluster is a public-private partnership that brings together Austrian players from industry, science and public authorities to develop and position the electronics and microelectronics sector with a regional focus on the locations Carinthia and Styria. The Silicon Alps cluster regards itself as a long-term strategic alliance and a tool for cooperative, efficient and business-oriented location development

Silicon Saxony

Objectives
Silicon Saxony was founded as a network for the semiconductor industry in Dresden in 2000. Since then, this initiative, having started with 20 partners, has grown into a huge network. Today Silicon Saxony is one of Europe‘s most successful trade association for the semiconductor, electronic, microsystems and software industries. The number of members has risen to 320 at present. Silicon Saxony connects manufacturers, suppliers, research institutes, universities and public institutions along the ICT value chain.

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Events

17/01/2019
Reinforcing Cyber Security in the EU: Building Coordinated Security, Confidence and Capability in the Cyber Domain

With 315 million Europeans using the internet each day, the provision of critical services and the functioning of a modern economy are now entirely dependent upon the robustness and safety of cyberspace and its infrastructure. Cyber security attacks are a growing source of threat and concern, while also representing a growing economic opportunity for Europe, with the market predicted to be worth over $100 Billion by 2018 (European Commission). Moreover, cyber attacks in the EU are constantly growing in both their frequency (quintuplicate between 2013 and 2017) and sophistication.