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How to reactively defend against advanced cyber threats


We would like to invite you to the online workshop "How to reactively defend against advanced cyber threats" on 20 May, 13:00 - 17:00 CEST.

The workshop is organised by the ReAct project and supported by Cyberwatching.eu which are both funded by the European Commission's H2020 programme.

Quo Vadis European Digital Sovereignty?

The Corona crisis has impressively demonstrated the dependence of our modern society on ICT (information and communication technology). The major challenges in climate protection and health, currently especially about the COVID-19 pandemic, can only be solved or supported with trustworthy IT. As digitalization is developing exponentially, it is changing the economic strength of entire nations. It will change the face of our economy, but also our culture, our civil society, politics, and the lives of every individual more permanently than any other technology before.

Korean Partners contribution plans to CARAMEL

With the inclusion of the Korean (KR) Partners i.e. KATECH Korea Automotive Technology Institute, MOBIGEN and ETRI The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute to the CARAMEL consortium, there is now a 4th pillar ‘Remote Control Vehicle (RCV)’ added to CARAMEL pillars i.e. Pillar 1: Autonomous Mobility, Pillar 2: Connected Mobility & Pillar 3: Electromobility. The focus of the KR partners would be to develop a vehicle gateway to remote control vehicle and built an Automotive Cyber Security module based on AI edge.

New release of KYPO Cyber Range Platform brings support for Windows machines

We have just released a new version of the KYPO Cyber Range Platform! The platform now supports Windows machines and we have also implemented other useful improvements.

KYPO Cyber Range Platform Release 21.04 in a nutshell

  • KYPO Cyber Range Platform (KYPO CRP) supports Windows machines in a sandbox since now. You can make a Windows machines part of your training scenario.

FIWARE Cybersecurity DAY


Join us on the FIWARE Cybersecurity DAY on 13 May 2021, to discuss the challenges and opportunities of cybersecurity, FIWARE, supported by the GUARD Project and Cyberwatching.eu, is bringing together cybersecurity experts to review innovative, integrated, and holistic approaches for a secure and trusted Digital Single Market, outlining the principles that are guiding the EU action in this domain.

Cyberwatching.eu workshop on ePrivacy


Join us for a workshop on ePrivacy, its implications for SMEs, and how it differentiates from the GDPR, organised by DIGITAL SME’s Focus Group on Artificial Intelligence together with Cyberwatching.eu on 10 May, 11.30 – 13.00 CEST!

PUZZLE: Driving cyber protection for small and microenterprises

PUZZLE project is an EU-funded project, a part of the Horizon 2020 programme, set to design and implement state-of-the-art cybersecurity, privacy and data protection management framework.

Using the Data of the CONCORDIA Threat Intelligence Platform for Situational Awareness

To prevail in a situation of increasing incident numbers and sophistication of cyberattacks, it is important to share detailed information about current attacks. As detailed in a previous blog post [1], this task is performed by CONCORDIA’s Threat Intelligence Platform consisting of the Incident Clearing House (ICH), a central MISP instance [2], and the DDoS Clearing House. Their primary function is sharing of Indicators of Compromise (IoC) and reporting of security incidents.

SerIoT: Implementing secure and safe IoT platforms and networks

SerIoT has invented and demonstrated the means to neutralize cyber-attacks against the Internet of Things (IoT) by giving Intelligence to Software Defined Networks (SDN), with Random Neural Networks (RNNs) that are able to detect attacks against IoT data networks and rapidly re-route data traffic to safe areas.



The pandemic has shown the importance of international supply chains and how dependent we are. Attacks in the virtual space may have an increasing impact on supplies in our analogue world.