ECSO launches Cybersecurity Market Radar

The leading visualisation tool representing the Europe-based cybersecurity product vendor, service provider and consultancy offering

Launched on the 5 November 2018, the ECSO Cybersecurity Market Radar presents the first step towards more market transparency in the European Cybersecurity industry.
 
The Radar provides information on the availability of products and services according to an action-oriented taxonomy and the size of the listed companies, according to the EU definitions of Micro, SMEs and Large Companies. The Radar delivers visibility and complementary facts on the Digital Single Market’s cybersecurity state-of-play in terms of deployment-ready native capabilities.
 
The brochure of the ECSO Cybersecurity Market Radar can be downloaded from HERE.
The high-resolution image of the ECSO Cybersecurity Market Radar can be downloaded from HERE
 
ATTENTION: The Radar aims to be the up-to-date representation of the innovative European cybersecurity industry. Hereby, the European cybersecurity companies are invited to contribute to the constant development of the Radar by filling in the FORM about the company and sending it back to our Working Group 2 secretariat (wg2_secretariat@ecs-org.eu). 

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