The European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM) is the European Union’s annual campaign dedicated to promoting cybersecurity among EU citizens and organizations, and to providing up-to-date online security information through awareness-raising and sharing of good practices.
Whilst we are still early in the Project we are keen to begin growing our network of interested parties, stakeholders, and potential new partners, and are constantly looking for new and exciting opportunities to refine and improve the project results.
With this in mind we have identified the following ways in which interested parties could be involved in the Project:
The Cyber Security Hub was a participatory online debate on European and global cyber security policy which took place virtually, on June 10-11, 2020. The Hub seeked to kick-start the conversation around Europe’s Security Union and its cyber security policy, and more broadly around the role cyber will play in Europe’s drive for greater digital sovereignty.
The purpose of cyber ranges is to improve the training of cybersecurity professionals’ and students’ learning by introducing hands-on experience. Can you tell what does it mean to develop or run one of these cyber ranges? Do you know how many challenges you have to overcome? The CCN Webinar on cyber ranges shows you exactly this.
The CYpBER 2020 Conference, the only specialized Cybersecurity event for Maritime - Oil & Gas - Energy in the Eastern Mediterranean, took place online on June 3rd, 2020. The ECHO (the European network of Cybersecurity centers and competence Hub for innovation and Operations) Consortium was represented by the Project Implementation Coordinator Matteo Merialdo from RHEA Group.