ECSO WEBINAR SERIES: Cyber Resilience During and After COVID-19

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20/05/2020 to 30/07/2020

ECSO organises a series of 10 webinars, which will gather the national and European cybersecurity community across public and private sectors. The webinars are structured around a strategy to validate and reinforce the vision for a European cybersecurity and its added value for all its stakeholders:

  • R&I, capacity and capability building priorities
  • COVID-19 and Cyber threats: info sharing, early warning, assessment, vulnerability management and response
  • COVID-19 and its impact on a new vision for common EU added value on cybersecurity
  • Sectoral perspective (assessment of the impact of the COVID-19 on healthcare and financial services – as example – and security of increased manufacturing automation (Industry 4.0) to speed up economic recovery after the COVID crisis)
  • Privacy and data management at the time of COVID-19: Getting out of the crisis using digital solutions while preserving privacy
  • Showcasing European SMEs' digital solutions and Managing Public & Private Fundraising for SMEs during and after the COVID-19
  • Feedback from regional stakeholders in facing cyber incidents during COVID-19 crisis
  • Education, skills and cyber ranges (importance of online education and cyber ranges in raising awareness and training the current and future workforce)

Find more information and the full calendar here.

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