Cyberwatching.eu Project Clusters: Cybersecurity Opportunity for Lightweight Synergy

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As CSA-supported under Unit H1 of DG Connect, Cyberwatching.eu project is aiming to cluster active projects with similar goals for their mutual benefit, by identifying possible opportunities for lightweight synergies and supporting them with targeted support activities, such as joint webinars and outreach activities.

Cyberwatching.eu has launched a call for the projects of both groups to organize different webinars around different topics of interest:

  • Energy
  • Finance
  • Healthcare
  • Threat Intelligence and Information Sharing

In 2020 Cyberwatching.eu has already organised 3 webinars in sinery with different projects:

What’s next for Project Clustering

The next webinar, in preparation, is related to Threat Intelligence and Information Sharing. In this event, the projects interested in participating are ECHO, SECREDAS, SAPPAN, SecureIoT, KRAKEN and CARAMEL. As this group is more numerous, and given that each project specializes in different concepts within the area of ​​"Threat intelligence and information sharing", a careful analysis of the common aspects of the results offered by these projects is currently being carried out with Cyberwatching.eu support to establish a webinar thread showing a consistent approach.

Stay tuned for the announcement for upcoming webinars.

In January 2021, Cyberwatching.eu will be launched the Project Cluster Page platform. This is a service facility of Cyberwatching.eu aiming to provide research and innovation project clusters with a joint and modern platform. Through these lightweight synergies, we are sure that all projects can benerfit from improving their mutual outreach and better disseminate their results.

If you would like to apply to become a member of a “Project Cluster" just follow the steps below:

  1. Have someone from your project create and manage your project dedicated page on the Cyberwatching.eu's Project Hub. Preferably, this should be either the project dissemination manager or similar. More than one person can sign up and contribute from your project and they will appear as the "contact point".
  2. Contact the Cyberwatching.eu Team at info@cyberwatching.eu asking to join the "Project Clustering" programme.

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