Concertation Activities Plan

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The overriding objective of cyberwatching.eu is to lower barriers to innovative cyber security and privacy (CS&P) products and services such as those coming from projects funded by the EC, EU member states and associated countries.
The assets of cyberwatching.eu are designed to address these barriers:

  • Fragmented across the EU, which entail individual websites describing individual project activities: An EU Cyberwatching.eu Observatory offering a comprehensive and organic view of R&I initiatives, services and products emerging across the EU and Associated Countries intends to build these blocks;
  • Difficulties in building a market reputation: A marketplace and catalogue of services meeting new end-user needs stemming from a complex and multi-faceted landscape of cyber risks while increasing understanding of EU compliance obligations.
  • Small Businesses do not have the time or financial resources to understand and spend on cybersecurity tools and services: Cyberwatching.eu SME end-user club: bringing small businesses together in one place facilitates the adoption of a cyber-security strategy in companies with few resources, learning from best practices adopted by others.

The following Concertation Activities Plan outlines the novel approach that cyberwatching.eu has introduced to create a “unified approach” of clustered projects working together with the aim of maximizing their project results impact.
 

Thursday, 23 May, 2019
Cyberwatching.eu

Future Events

One of the goals of the Cyberwatching.eu project is to identify ways to cluster (still active) projects with similar aims for their mutual benefit, and support these with targeted support activities (webinars, deep dives, focus events, etc.)

Cyberwatching.eu is organising two (2) separate virtual meetings with two different groups of projects, in order to help them improve their market capabilities.

09/07/2020 to 16/07/2020

COINS is the premier conference devoted to omni-layer techniques for smart AIdriven IoT systems, by identifying new perspectives and highlighting impending research issues and challenges.

27/07/2020 to 29/07/2020