Since 2004, the European Commission has launched 115 calls which were either explicitly supporting projects in the domain of cybersecurity and privacy or from which projects in this area were supported. This resulted in awarding over 260 consortia with funding grants to the tune of €1.1 billion.
Targetting policy makers and researchers across Europe, the new live European Project Radar makes sense of this busy landscape providing bird’s eye view of the European Cybersecurity research landscape making it easier to gather swift yet statistically sound information on the state of the art of the landscape.Indeed, the Radar's primary value proposition therefore is that of saving the user time and money by processing and analysing detailed landscape data for them.
Based on the well known "Technology Radar" methodology developed and open-sourced by ThoughtWorks, the Cyberwatching.eu project uses a number of underpinning information sources to visualise the state of the art of these projects as a means to maintain oversight of the larger European Cybersecurity research landscape.
The radar has many uses and here are just afew
The new 2021 radar is both autonomous with real-time information management for projects
Any landscape analysis can become quickly outdated. Therefore, this new version of the radar lets projects upload, modify and update their information, status and progress at any given point in their lifetime. This will mean that policymakers and funding bodies such as the European Commission, and stakeholders from the R&I community can access the live radar see where projects sit in relation to each other and get updated information quickly and easily.
Download the copy of the related deliverable report below.
This report a visualisation of EC supported activities in the area of Cybersecurity and Privacy that allows possible exploiters of the outputs of these projects to understand their status.
This deliverable is the first in a series of publications over the duration of the cyberwatching.eu project, related with to methodology for the classification of projects/services and their Market Readiness which focused on the description of the methodology for determining the TRL/MRL of a project and how these values will be used to build a classification matrix for the projects.
This deliverable offers an analysis of the landscape of EU funded projects in the Cybersecurity and Privacy research community using well-known statistical analysis methodologies.
This deliverable include an analysis of not only the most recent snapshot of information, but also provide an analysis of trends across the now four available Radar editions since the first report was published (D2.2).
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