Cyberwatching.eu supporting EU-JP alignment at EUNITY Workshop

Cyberwatching.eu were part of the first EUNITY wokshop in Tokyo today. Nick Ferguson, Trust-IT Services and Cyberwatching.eu coordinator presented how the Cyberwatching.eu project will help SMEs to address cybersecurity challenges that they face by giving them direct access to the results emerging from EU R&I project results. The overarching objective of cyberwatching.eu is to reduce barriers to CS&P across the EU. To this end, cyberwatching.eu will roll out a compelling set of practical outputs and assets benefitting both SMEs and R&I teams. The presentation focussed on the project’s main assets: the EU Cybersecurity & privacy observatory, an R&I Service catalogue, a marketplace of cybersecurity and privacy services and the SME end-user club.
Cyberwatching.eu, will become the online hub for R&I in cybersecurity & privacy in Europe offering European citizens access to innovative and trustworthy ICT products, services and software which take fundamental rights, such as privacy, into consideration.

The presentation also highlighted the important collaboration between EUNITY and Cyberwatching.eu and how the projects will work together to support the alignment between EU and Japanese cybersecurity and privacy policy which is the main focus of EUNITY.

The EUNITY project addresses scope 2 (international dialogue with Japan) of objective DS-05-2016 of the Horizon 2020 work programme. This two years project aims at developing and encouraging the dialogue between Europe and Japan on cybersecurity and privacy topics.
Cyberwatching.eu is committed to supporting EUNITY on its 3 main objectives:

  1. Encourage, facilitate and support the ICT dialogue between relevant EU and Japanese stakeholders on matters relating to cybersecurity and privacy research and innovation issues;
  2. Identify potential opportunities for future cooperation between European and Japanese research and innovation ecosystems; and
  3. Foster and promote European cybersecurity innovation activities and increase the international visibility of EU activities in cybersecurity

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Future Events

IAM Online Europe live webinar - AARC Extensions to the REFEDS Assurance Framework
27/06/2019
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AARC is holding a live webinar on 27 June 2019 at 15:00 CEST, that will explain extensions to the REFEDS Assurance Framework and implementations that were devised in the AARC project.

Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU
04/07/2019 to 05/07/2019
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Project CyberSec4Europe (Cyber Security for Europe) is holding it next event - "Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU" in Brussels, Belgium on 4-5 July 2019. 

Other three pilots are invited during CyberSec4Europe meetings.

 

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