Work Package 9

Dissemination and Communication (WP9)

CyberSec4Europe's communication team disseminates the findings of the project effectively aiming at engaging key stakeholders for knowledge sharing, launching an effective internal and external communications strategy, while assisting the rest of the project to meet their outreach objectives. 

CyberSec4Europe’s communication team disseminates the findings of the project effectively aiming at engaging key stakeholders for knowledge sharing, launching an effective internal and external communications strategy, while assisting the rest of the project to meet their outreach objectives.

The main goal of the project’s dissemination activities is to ensure that the findings of the project as a whole reach and engage key stakeholders effectively. Project-related information is available and easily accessible to widely promote and share the project’s activities.

In addition, CyberSec4Europe is mindful of the importance of communication of cybersecurity issues beyond the scope of the project’s results, in terms of raising awareness and visibility of cybersecurity issues, as well as achieve widespread adoption of cybersecurity best practices across Member States, industry, public authorities, SMEs research institutes and the general public.

Participants

Trust in Digital Life Association (TDL)

  • David Goodman

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

University of Murcia (UMU)

University of Trento (UNITN)

AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH

Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

JAMK University of Applied Sciences

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

SINTEF

University of Maribor(UM)

University of Malaga

Université Toulouse III Paul Sabatier (UPS)