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CONVERGENCE, 9-11 December 2020

This online event, organised and involving all four pilots, was recorded over three days


Wednesday evening, 9 December 2020

An introduction, a series of welcome addresses and the high level panel discussion



Thursday morning, 10 December 2020

An introduction, a series of sessions from each of the four pilots followed by Cybersecurity Atlas and Communications Group.


Introduction and CONCORDIA


CyberSec4Europe and ECHO



SPARTA and Cybersecurity Atlas


Communications Group


Thursday afternoon, 10 December 2020

The second half of the Communications Group, the Education Focus Group, the Cyber Range Focus Group and a summary



Friday morning, 11 December 2020

An introduction, the Threat intelligence in the Financial Sector Focus Group, the Roadmapping Focus Group, the Governance Focus Group and a panel discussion with pilot coordinators




This video introduces the objectives and work of the CyberSec4Europe, that was first used at the IFIP SEC 2020 from 21-23 September 2020
Lucia Puttrich, Hessian Minister of European and Federal Affairs and Representative of the State of Hessen at the Federal Government, gives a welcome on behalf of the Hessen Representation at CyberSec4Europe's  evening online panel discussion on 9 July 2020
The opening sequence prior to the evening online panel discussion on 9 July 2020
European Commissioner Mariya Gabriel's Opening Address at the first CyberSec4Europe Concertation Event in Toulouse in November 2019
Below is a series of video interviews describing the work in progress and the future plans as described by each of the work package leaders recorded during the CyberSec4Europe General Meeting on 25-26 February 2020.
Evangelos Markatos, FORTH, describes the role of the roadmapping activities as the bridge between the project’s research and development and the seven industrial demonstrators.
Tobias Fiebig and Natalia Kadenko from TU Delft (Delft University of Technology) provide an overview on CyberSec4Europe's work on governance of the proposed cybersecurity competence centre and network

Alessandro Sforzin, NEC Labs Europe GmbH, explains the objectives and ambitions of the demonstrator use cases

Antonio Skarmeta, University of Murcia, outlines the work addressing the research challenges in cybersecurity

Kai Rannenberg, Goethe University Frankfurt, coordinator of CyberSec4Europe, gives a unique overview of the project's aims and ambitions

Vaclav Matyas from Masaryk University (Brno), discusses plans to map the path from tooling, to a methodology for certification

Liina Kamm, Cybernetica, talking about our work package on standardisation.
Mark Miller, CEO CONCEPTIVITY, describes how CyberSec4Europe is engaging with the European institutions and other key stakeholders