Better business transparency and remote access are fundamentally important. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to operate in unprecedented times where a rapid transition to a more digitalised workflow is vital.
In this report, six (6) research and innovation (R&I) projects related to cybersecurity and privacy collaborated with cyberwatching.eu to provide a consolidated overview of the most significant barriers in the area of cybersecurity and privacy with respect to three technology/technological applications, such as AI, IoT and blockchain, and lay down concrete recommendations on these matters will be proposed.
In early 2019 the four pilot projects were launched in order to operate a pilot for a European Cybersecurity Competence Network and to develop a common European Cybersecurity Research & Innovation Roadmap. This shall contribute to strengthening the EU's cybersecurity capacity and tackling future cybersecurity challenges.
The European Union and the EU Member States are building the necessary cybersecurity culture and capabilities to resist and counteract the very real and ever-changing cyber threats and cyber-attacks.
The European Union stands ready to take up the challenges of tomorrow.
This deliverable offers recommendations to policy-makers with regards to the interaction between the General Data Protection Regulation and the Directive on security of
network and information systems and the challenges brought about by the deployment of new technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Blockchain. Moreover, it collects
proposals from EU projects on areas of research and policy solutions within the scope the two main strategic elements which will shape the EU landscape in cybersecurity and privacy:
The focus of this deliverable is to address the issue, with a white paper, of identifying the gaps in cybersecurity standards (and hence also certification). This is done using the methodology of focussed desk research first and foremost in order to gather together and to summarize all of the key efforts that have gone before. We thereafter survey the cybersecurity research, industry, public sector and user communities in order to get inputs into identifying the perceived gaps.
The purpose of this document is to report on the main developments regarding services provided for the end-users, analyse their needs and feedback and provide recommendations, as well as planning of the further actions.
This document provides an update on the first Communication and Stakeholder Engagement Plan (D4.1). It provides information on the activities carried out in the first reporting period (M1-18), their impact, and proposes a set of actions for the future.
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.