CyberSec4Europe – working together to boost the security of all citizens of the European Union in their everyday digital transactions.

CyberSec4Europe – working together to boost the security of all citizens of the European Union in their everyday digital transactions.

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Prototyping an Incident Reporting Platform
Currently, there are no cross-sector standards defined for mandatory incident reporting and each supervisory authority, both at EU and national levels, defines the relevant impact assessment criteria, thresholds, timing, dataset, procedures and means of communication that it requires to be followed. All these different criteria and patterns cause fragmentation in the overall incident reporting operation for the affected financial entities ... Read More

16 February 2021

Addressing The Cybersecurity Challenges Of Global Supply Chains
They are comprised by multiple tiers of public and private stakeholders (e.g., manufacturers, suppliers, integrators, end consumers, supervisory agencies) engaged in the production, integration, and distribution of products – which can be physical (e.g., a photovoltaic plate), digital (e.g., a smart grid software component), or a combination of both. Such a complex global ecosystem requires the use of multiple information ... Read More

12 February 2021

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"Cybersecurity is of paramount importance in protecting the Digital Single Market which is mirrored in the evolution of EU legislation."
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CyberSec4Europe is a pilot for a future European Cybersecurity Competence Network – a new digital ecosystem built of a network of centres of cybersecurity expertise, with a central hub.

  • What we do

    We design, test and demonstrate potential governance structures for a future European Cybersecurity Competence Network using best practice examples derived from concepts like CERN as well the expertise and experience of partners.

    About us
  • Work Packages

    CyberSec4Europe has a significant network of competence centres to coordinate research work by pooling resources and investments to align cybersecurity efforts across Europe.

    Our research areas
  • Publications

    In accordance with transparency and all publications produced by the project partners for CyberSec4Europe will be published here as they become available.

    View our publications

Our partners

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