The Council adopted conclusions on the EU's cybersecurity strategy for the digital decade. The strategy is aimed to outline the framework for EU action to protect EU citizens and businesses from cyber threats, promote secure information systems and protect a global, open, free and secure cyberspace.
18th-19th May 2021
Participate at the first official event on security under the new Horizon Europe programme! This event is organized by SEREN4 in close cooperation with the European Commission and the Research Executive Agency. The Information day focuses on the first calls under Cluster 3, the rules for participation and the horizontal aspects, all presented by the EC & REA officers. These calls offer new research funding opportunities to research institutions, universities, industries, SMEs, civil society organizations, practitioners and other security stakeholders. Participation at the brokerage event will help you create new partnerships and consortia for your security proposals. All interested parties are welcome!
The official website and registration link will be available soon.
31st May & 1st June 2021
The Security Mission Information & Innovation Group (SMI2G), consisting of SEREN4, EARTO Security & Defence research Working Group, EOS, IMGS, ECSO and ENLETS, is organizing a two-day event to discuss the upcoming 2021 Civil Security for Society calls of Horizon Europe. The SMI2G event is structured around several interesting keynote speeches, panel discussions and a brokerage event. Submit your proposal idea and benefit from the networking with people looking for your ideas and expertise!
We have prepared several novelties, so stay tuned as the website and all the information will be launched soon!
The launch event of the Report “Science for Disaster Risk Management 2020: acting today, protecting tomorrow" will be held on line on 23 March 2021 (3-5 pm) with the aim of providing accurate and updated information on the consequences that disasters have on key assets of society (population, economic sectors, critical infrastructures, environment and cultural heritage) and how these can be managed. Based on all the information collected into the report by more than 300 experts, a set of recommendations are provided to four target groups of society (policymakers, practitioners, scientists, citizens) in order to effectively reduce disaster risk in the EU.
More information: http://bit.ly/30kPadp
On 16 December 2020 the European Commission and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy presented the new EU Cybersecurity Strategy: it will be aimed to bolster Europe's collective resilience against cyber threats and help to ensure that all citizens and businesses can fully benefit from trustworthy and reliable services and digital tools.
On 11 December 2020, the European Commission and the other EU institutions reached an agreement on the Cybersecurity Competence Centre and Network: an initiative aimed to improve and strengthen technology and industrial cybersecurity capacities of the EU and to help in creating a safe online environment.