Project Hub: EU projects’ unique entry point - register and manage your page now

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Since the early 90’s, the EU has been investing in cybersecurity research and innovation. The Cyberwatching EU project aims to promote the understanding and uptake of the products, services and best practices arising from that research, and to enhance synergies and coordination of efforts amongst key decision makers.

The enhanced functionality of the Cyberwatchingeu’s Project Hub offers a unique entry point to information on 150 current and completed projects and now offers cybersecurity researchers and solutions providers an improved user experience, such as:

  • update your project overview

  • publish results, news and events

  • upload project reports or key deliverables, videos, demos and other materials

  • add contact details for direct interaction through the website

  • mature projects can publish results and services in the cyberwatching marketplace for potential testing or adoption by SMEs.

  • Answer RFI directly

As of today, 50+ projects are already managing their dedicated webpage.

What you should do next

Have someone from your project to manage your page. Preferably, this should be either the project dissemination manager or similar. More than one person can sign up and contribute from your project and they will appear as the “contact point”.

With the cybersecurity in full swing and many projects already managing their own pages please try to prioritise this as we are promoting the hub this month in particular.

Register now and promote your project.

Driving traffic to your website

The benefit of having your information updated on the hub is that all results from projects are accessible in one place. Backlinks to your own project website are included throughout so that visitors can also find out more. In addition, we promote projects through our “Project of the Week” feature, our social media activities (1,000+ followers), as well as regular newsletters to our community.

Register and manage your page now!



A great deal of effort of EU-funded projects goes into developing the technological aspects of products and project outputs.

Future Events

COINS is the premier conference devoted to omni-layer techniques for smart AIdriven IoT systems, by identifying new perspectives and highlighting impending research issues and challenges.

27/07/2020 to 29/07/2020

ECSO organises a series of 10 webinars  which will gather the national and European cybersecurity community across public and private sectors. The webinars are structured around a strategy to validate and reinforce the vision for a European cybersecurity and its added value for all its stakeholders.

20/05/2020 to 30/07/2020