Project of the Week: Maximising EC-funded impacts

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In one year, the "Project of the Week" programme has featured over 50 European Commission (EC) funded projects and has helped to maximise the impact of their results and latest development across the cybersecurity and privacy community. launched the "Project of the Week" programme last year, with the aim to promote the EC-funded project results, outputs, news and upcoming event of R&I cybersecurity and privacy projects, as a result, increase the project visibility to the European cybersecurity and privacy community.

Through the programme, is supporting projects with a series of different activities spanning from, the production and publication of articles and announcements published on the website, delivery of newsletters to its community of users, creation of dedicated promotional images and visuals, dedicated social media, support on events/webinar organisation, support on publication and reporting of statistics/impacts of the programme.

Here are some testimonials coming from the R&I projects been featured as "Project of the Week": (see other testimonials on the testimonial section at the homepage)


If you would like to apply to become "Project of the Week" just follow the steps below:

  1. Have someone from your project to create and manage your project dedicated page on the'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 Team at asking to join the "Project of the Week" programme.

Being featured as "Project of the Week" will also give you the opportunityto strengthen further synergies which include:

See the list of the featured Projects of the Week here.


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