On 10th December, the Cyberwatching.eu is organising a webinar entitled "Security and Privacy by Design for Healthcare: New solutions from EU H2020 Projects to comply with GDPR, Medical Device Regulation, EU Directive 2016/1148 on essential services and COVID context" focussing on developed solutions that are effective and usable in the healthcare context to reduce the overall ex-ante risk, this includes threats specific to Covid-like situations.
On 12th of November 2020 at 11:00 CET, Cyberwatching.eu organised a webinar entitled "EPES and Smart GRIDS: practical tools and methods to fight against cyber and privacy attacks", in collaboration with EnergySHIELD, SDN-Microsense, SealedGRIDandDEFeND, who will be presenting their solutions to protect EPES and Smart Grids against cyber-threats, and preserve consumers' privacy.
In today's COVID-19 period, working from home ensures the safety and well-being of a company's workforce and clients. Telework will go on for an indefinite period and could even become the new standard for companies.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many small and medium enterprise (SME) to implement a quick transition to a more digitalised workflow. This rapid and, in many cases, involuntary modernisation of small and medium companies obviously carries with it many cybersecurity risks.
One of the goals of the Cyberwatching.eu project is to identify ways to cluster (still active) projects with similar aims for their mutual benefit, and support these with targeted support activities (webinars, deep dives, focus events, etc.)
Cyberwatching.eu is organising two (2) separate virtual meetings with two different groups of projects, in order to help them improve their market capabilities.
Cyberwatching.eu and the SOFIE project are collaborating to organise a 2-hour workshop entitled “Decentralised operation and security in the IoT Space” to be held on 18th June at 11 AM CEST (12 PM EEST). The workshop will be showcasing how decentralized operation and security in the IoT Space help our society and economy.
A great deal of EU funded projects goes into developing the technological aspects of products and project outputs. However, a corresponding amount of support activity is vital to bring those outputs to market, providing an organic sustainability plan and an exploitation strategy.
Within the context of sustainability and exploitation, ‘Market Readiness’ is defined as the process by which a consortium ensures that their project outputs are ready to go to the market.
Risk-!n Conference 2022 took place on 19-20 May in Zürich, Switzerland. GEIGER was presented in a dedicated session that built on the comparison of cyber risks and radioactivity, called 'GEIGER - We make the invisible visible!'.