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What is the cyberwatching.eu Observatory?

Over the next 48 months, our Observatory will become THE European hub for Cybersecurity and Privacy. Cyberwatching.eu is monitoring R&I initiatives throughout EU & Associated Countries while supporting European stakeholders in playing an active role in shaping the global cybersecurity & privacy landscape.
Through a combination of clustering activities and Technical and Market Readiness Level Workshops, cyberwatching.eu is monitoring the whole lifecycle from research development and implementation, to validation and market uptake, making it possible for stakeholders to increase their knowledge, raise their awareness and find possible synergies between different initiatives.

Who benefits and how?

The cyberwatching.eu Observatory is the natural ground  to identify initiatives encompassing security and privacy R&I with a high potential for cross-fertilization and synergy. SMEs, investors, R&I projects and policy makers can all beneift:

  • The Observatory enables operators of essentials services and digital service providers to find and procure the best innovative solutions for risk management and incident reporting.
  • The Observatory offers a fresh, new approach to R&I impact, guiding mainly technical experts within public and private organisations actions on CS&P with the staged integration of a marketplace and catalogue of services for commercialising results.
  • The Observatory helps policy makers and regulators to monitor impact of R&I actions for maximum RoI, shape future research directions for the DSM, provide timely roadmaps on CS&P, regulatory compliance and policy actions, as well as ICT standardisation.

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REACT - REactively Defending against Advanced Cybersecurity Threats

REACT - REactively Defending against Advanced Cybersecurity Threats

Real time prediction and detection of malicious activities

Real time prediction and detection of malicious activities

REASSURE - Robust and Efficient Approaches to Evaluating Side Channel and Fault Attack Resilience

REASSURE - Robust and Efficient Approaches to Evaluating Side Channel and Fault Attack Resilience

ReCRED - From Real-world Identities to Privacy-preserving and Attribute-based CREDentials for Device-centric Access Control

ReCRED - From Real-world Identities to Privacy-preserving and Attribute-based CREDentials for Device-centric Access Control

Reduction of Safety Threats in Optical Networks

Reduction of Safety Threats in Optical Networks

RESPECT – Rules, Expectations & Security through Privacy-Enhanced Convenient Technologies

RESPECT – Rules, Expectations & Security through Privacy-Enhanced Convenient Technologies

REZEIVER - Realistic time-based encryption

REZEIVER - Realistic time-based encryption

RICS - Research Centre on Resilient Information and Control Systems

RICS - Research Centre on Resilient Information and Control Systems

RINAiSense - The Recursive Internet Architecture as a solution for optimal resource consumption, security and scalability of sensor netowrks

RINAiSense - The Recursive Internet Architecture as a solution for optimal resource consumption, security and scalability of sensor netowrks

RiskViz - Development of a search engine for finding industrial control systems (ICS) and assessing risks

RiskViz - Development of a search engine for finding industrial control systems (ICS) and assessing risks

SABU - Sharing and Analysis of Security Events

SABU - Sharing and Analysis of Security Events

SADCIP 4.0

SADCIP 4.0

SafeCloud - Secure and Resilient Cloud Architecture

SafeCloud - Secure and Resilient Cloud Architecture

SAFEcrypto - Secure Architectures of Future Emerging Cryptography

SAFEcrypto - Secure Architectures of Future Emerging Cryptography

SAFERtec - Security Assurance FramEwoRk for neTworked vEhicular teChnology

SAFERtec - Security Assurance FramEwoRk for neTworked vEhicular teChnology

SafeTLS - Securing the Future Internet with TLS 1.3

SafeTLS - Securing the Future Internet with TLS 1.3

Safety of mobile devices and communications

Safety of mobile devices and communications

SAINT - Systemic Analyser in Network Threats

SAINT - Systemic Analyser in Network Threats

SALSA - Living Safety & Security Cases for Cyber Physical System Certification

SALSA - Living Safety & Security Cases for Cyber Physical System Certification

SAMOA Secure and Scalable Platform for Massive-scale Mobile Applications

SAMOA Secure and Scalable Platform for Massive-scale Mobile Applications

SarDiNe - Network Security in Companies and Authorities Based on Software Defined Networking

SarDiNe - Network Security in Companies and Authorities Based on Software Defined Networking

SAURON - Scalable multidimensionAl sitUation awaReness sOlution for protectiNg european ports

SAURON - Scalable multidimensionAl sitUation awaReness sOlution for protectiNg european ports

SCISSOR - Security In trusted SCADA and smart-grids

SCISSOR - Security In trusted SCADA and smart-grids

SCOTT - Secure COnnected Trustable Things

SCOTT - Secure COnnected Trustable Things

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Observatory

Report on Cybersecurity and Privacy - Priorities for EU-US Cooperation

AEGIS presented the outcomes of the "Identification of EU-US Priorities on Cybersecurity and Privacy R&I" survey. Give your contribution with a quick feedback!

Share your view to identify EU-US priorities on cybersecurity and privacy R&I

The AEGIS project is working to promote cybersecurity and privacy dialogue and cooperation between the US and the EU.

As part of its activities AEGIS is conducting an online survey to identify R&I priorities for EU-US cooperation in cybersecurity and privacy.

Events

17/01/2019
Reinforcing Cyber Security in the EU: Building Coordinated Security, Confidence and Capability in the Cyber Domain

With 315 million Europeans using the internet each day, the provision of critical services and the functioning of a modern economy are now entirely dependent upon the robustness and safety of cyberspace and its infrastructure. Cyber security attacks are a growing source of threat and concern, while also representing a growing economic opportunity for Europe, with the market predicted to be worth over $100 Billion by 2018 (European Commission). Moreover, cyber attacks in the EU are constantly growing in both their frequency (quintuplicate between 2013 and 2017) and sophistication.