The European Commission has launched 25 calls which were either explicitly supporting projects in the domain of Cybersecurity and privacy or from which projects in this area were supported. As such it is important that we consider what the outputs of these projects have
been and where the products they have created have gone in terms of exploitation either by the projects themselves or by others who may reuse their outputs.
Utilising the fairly well known “Technology Radar” methodology the Cyberwatching.eu project used its previously published Cybersecurity taxonomy and a schema that describes guidance on whether a user should invest themselves in the outputs of a project, to produce
the radar visualisation in the document.
In the last few years, cyber security has become more of a priority for all types of organisations than ever before.
As part of its mission to share information on European cybersecurity calls, provide financing opportunities, and encourage networking and the formation of consortia among the European cybersecurity community, the European Cybersecurity Competence Centre’s (ECCC) ”Info Days” series begins with a webinar on 1 June 2023 from 14:00 to 17:00 CET. The webinar will cover three of the most important open cybersecurity calls of the Digital Europe Programme (DEP), including pitches on potential solutions from the audience.
The European Cybersecurity Competence Centre (ECCC), with the support of ECCO, launches “The Info Days”, a series of events to share information on important European calls and funding opportunities. The second event, organised in cooperation with the Swedish National Coordination Centre, will be held on 16 June 14:00 – 16:00 in Stockholm, as a side event of the Digital Assembly(15 – 16 June).