Date18 November 2021
VenueThe Representation of the State of Hessen to the European Union
As plans for the European Cybersecurity Competence Centre and Network are being fulfilled, the wider cybersecurity community continues to play an important role in helping to shape requirements and processes.
Each Member State has its own set of cybersecurity-related priorities or agenda relevant to the specific strengths of its key sectors, many of which have a common set of challenges. Of particular interest is the degree of connectedness of the communities with each other, both at national and supranational levels, which plays into expectations relating to the governance and decision-making processes of the national coordination centres and their relationship with the new European Cybersecurity Competence Centre in Bucharest. In the evening’s roundtable, national cybersecurity community representatives from across Europe shared their experiences, challenges and their aspirations for the future of cybersecurity in Europe.
Here is a report on the evening discussion.
Mark Weinmeister’s Welcome Address:
The CyberSec4Europe Roundtable Discussion:
19.10 Roundtable: Community perspectives on the future of cybersecurity in Europe
20.30 Session end