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6th General Meeting - Day 1

The first day of the 6th General Meeting (29-30 June 2020) is ongoing. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting is held virtually.

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We are pleased to share with you the follow-up report entitled "R&I Preparation for the Market", thanks to inputs coming from the two previous webinars:

CCN Webinar on Cyber Ranges


The Cyber Competence Network (CCN) are looking into engaging European cybersecurity professionals, representatives of national and European public institutions, and representatives of universities. If you are interested in cyber ranges, practical applications, and building cooperation, this webinar is just for you.

The FutureTPM Project in a more visual way

As with any project, dissemination is key to effectively sharing aspects of your efforts with a wide range of audiences. Video is perhaps the most effective medium to encapsulate the projects aims and mission is a concise and brief way. Below are two videos generated by Technikon, the project coordinator of FutureTPM. Watch them both for a quick overview about the project and the use cases.


Red Alert Labs, a Specialist in IoT Cybersecurity Strategies, Presents Its Security Certification Offer for IoT Devices

With the rise of the Internet of Things, cyberattacks are becoming more and more aggressive and frequent. They no longer target only critical infrastructures, but also industrial environments, businesses, and the general public.

Connected objects improve productivity and quality of life, but they often present significant vulnerabilities. This leads many users and organizations to fear, among other things, the impacts on the security of their personal and sensitive data, causing a crisis of confidence.

Work in Progress on D3.1

SECONDO researchers, Sakshyam Panda from University of Surrey Alexendra Dritsa and Aristeidis Farao from UPRC work closely at UPRC Laboratory on D3.1 Pricing Methods and Risk Modelling which is going to be delivered at the end of June.

By Steffen Mauer, ATLAS Intelligence GmbH

The invention of email in 1971 has revolutionised human communication. With 293 billion emails sent around the globe every single day in 2019, email is one of the world’s most important forms of human exchange.

Unfortunately, criminals take advantage of the historical weaknesses of the email protocol. Phishing attacks in combination with malware represent the most expensive cybersecurity damages for companies.

FORTIKA: helping businesses to respond to cybersecurity incidents

"The FORTIKA consortium made it possible to develop within 3Y a competitive market-ready cyber-security solution, addressing the needs of modern SMEs, worldwide."

- Dr. Dimitrios Tzovaras, FORTIKA Project Coordinator

Untapped Potential: Women in Cybersecurity


Cybersecurity is the base-layer of digitalisation. Without it, all efforts of digitally transforming the economy are built on a weak foundation.

Decentralized operation and security in the IoT Space

18/06/2020 and the SOFIE project are collaborating to organise a 2-hour workshop entitled “Decentralised operation and security in the IoT Space” to be held on 18th June at 11 AM CEST (12 PM EEST). The workshop will be showcasing how decentralized operation and security in the IoT Space help our society and economy.



The digitalisation of the water industry is happening and it should not be "denied" because of security concerns. STOP-IT contributes to the digital transition by enhancing preparedness, detection and mitigation against cyber-physical threats with technological solutions.

Future Events

The CYBERSEC Global 2020 by European Cybersecurity Forum that will take place online on 28-30 September 2020.

28/09/2020 to 30/09/2020

Creating trust in wireless solutions and increasing their social acceptance are major challenges to achieve the full potential of the Internet of the Things (IoT).

In 2017, SCOTT, one of the largest EU projects on IoT, gathered 57 research partners from 12 countries to merge their expertise. The main aim was to create innovative solutions for a smart society-enabled by sercure, connected and trusted things.