Become a part of the CONCORDIA Observer Stakeholders Group!

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Today we launch registrations to the CONCORDIA Observer Stakeholders Group! The CONCORDIA Observer Stakeholders Group concerns current, upcoming, and future stakeholders of the European Cybersecurity Community. As an observer, you’ll receive invitations to events, workshops, or other meetings relevant to the EU cybersecurity community. Join now at https://www.concordia-h2020.eu/observers-stakeholder-group-osg-registration/

Virtual opening of the Twente University Centre for Cybersecurity Research

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On the 5th of March 2021, the virtual opening of the Twente University Centre for Cybersecurity Research (TUCCR) will take place. We invite you to celebrate with us and join this memorable day. TUCCR is a public-private partnership in which experts, professionals, entrepreneurs, researchers, and students from industry and knowledge partners collaborate to deliver talents, […]

Vacancy: Coordinating Research Engineer trusted future internet infrastructures at SIDN Labs

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We are looking for a Coordinating Research Engineer to further increase the impact of “2STiC” (www.2stic.nl), a joint research programme involving three Dutch universities and five internet industry organisations. The goal of 2STiC is to develop and evaluate mechanisms for trusted future internet infrastructures that contribute to increasing our society’s digital strategic autonomy based on […]

#3 Stakeholders’ Newletter

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This is the third issue of Stakeholders’Newsletter.This pre-holiday issue wraps up this peculiar year. Next year will mark the establishment of the European Cybersecurity Competence Center in Romania. We covered it in the dedicated page “Update on the ECCC”. Also, help teachers to address cybersecurity in high-school replying to our survey at the end of […]

Cybersecurity in High-school – a Survey

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Cybersecurity is a major concern for our societies at large. Children start using internet at early ages and more than 90% of young Europeans are online. Using internet brings a lot of benefits linked to information and communication but it comes with certain risks: privacy violation, identity theft, ransomware, fraudulent usage of debit card, etc. […]

Becoming Cybersecurity Consultant

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No matter the industry, a Cybersecurity Consultant should perform a varied number of tasks thus should proof (s)he acquired a specific set of knowledge and developed specific skills and abilities. Following the workshop we ran in June 2020 (see CONCORDIA Education postworkshop Report) and based on the input received from the participants, we have created […]

#4 PECT-UP Newsletter 2020 (Pan-European Cybersecurity Start-Up Community)

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This is the fourth issue of the quarterly PECS Newsletter. The main objectives of this Newsletter are providing the actual status on Cybersecurity competence network, funding opportunities, partnership, networking opportunities, events, and the last news and updates! THIS ISSUE: Meet Community Members: Collider Guest Article: Bug Hunting for and by start-ups Event Report: From COD […]

Diversity & Cybersecurity: Women Entrepreneurship Webinar

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Date Monday, 14 December 2020 16:30 – 18:00 (GMT+1) Although women are actively involved in the labour market, they remain underrepresented as entrepreneurs. The total European population consists of 52% women, but only 30 % of start-up entrepreneurs are women. Women’s entrepreneurship in science and technology is even worse, with only 5-15% of high-tech business […]

CONCORDIA releases an open-source Cyber Range platform!

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The CONCORDIA H2020 project releases the KYPO Cyber Range Platform (KYPO CRP) as open source. This activity aims to help solve the problem of many lacking cybersecurity experts by providing a platform for training, development, and execution. The release of an open-source cyber range is part of CONCORDIA strategy to build the European Trusted, Secure […]