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SmileCity Report platform – a secure app through which citizens can showcase affective information on a city event

M-Sec was born in 2018. In its last year, the project is currently implementing pilots to test, validate and showcase the impact of the M-Sec solution. Know more about our Use Case 4t o better understand how is this Use Case being implemented in the Japanese city of Fujisawa, its main achievements and challenges, and how the M-Sec solution has been a decisive factor on the improvement of people’s lives in that specific environment

Webinar : Cybersecurity, trusted cloud and strategic autonomy: a NL-FR exchange of views


For the EU Commissioner for the Internal Market Thierry Breton,
"Europe's cybersecurity is about to change dimension"

The "Strategic Autonomy and Cybersecurity in the Netherlands" report published on February 25 by the Dutch Cyber Security Council (CSR) states that "the challenges and threats to strategic autonomy in cybersecurity are too important not to be viewed from a broad perspective and be taken up at the top. "

Women in Science, ICT and Cybersecurity


In 2015, 17 goals were adopted by the United Nations (UN) member states as a part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to cover the 15-year plan. Achieving gender equality and empower all women and girls is goal number 5 in the beforementioned agenda.[1] Over the past 15 years, the world community has worked hard to inspire and involve women and girls in science. Nevertheless, worldwide, women and girls are still underrepresented.[2]


Register now to EnergyShield workshop!

EnergyShield Consortium is inviting you to join us in an online workshop engaging different stakeholders in cross-domain topics on the 15th of April 2021 starting from 10:00 CET.

Register here to the online workshop on Trends, opportunities and choices in designing a cyber resilient EPES infrastructure organized by EnergyShield Consortium. 

Press Release – How to counter cyber-physical threats to Healthcare Infrastructure

On Monday 1st of February, 2021 the SAFECARE Project Consortium held its 2nd Awareness Event with the aim of presenting the main results achieved within the project. SAFECARE (GA number 787002) is an EU-funded project designed to provide solutions that will improve physical and cyber security in a seamless and cost effective way.

M-Sec: Ensuring hyper-connected smart cities with Blockchain, BigData, Cloud and IoT

M-Sec (Multi-layered Security technologies to ensure hyper connected smart cities with Blockchain, BigData, Cloud and IoT) provides a low-cost and flexible end-to-end secure IoT Framework extending security  mechanisms from the device to the cloud and the application, in a seamless and fully integrated manner.


The pioneer European Union legislation in the field of cybersecurity is a Directive known as the ‘NIS Directive’. It was adopted by the European Parliament on 6th July 2016, entered into force in August 2016, and the Member States were given approximately two years to adopt it into their national laws.

Cyberwatching.eu is glad to share with you the newest post-webinar report from its 18th webinar on "Security and Privacy by Design for Healthcare" providing very useful insights on the main challenges facing the medical sector in ensuring secure integration of services that comply with EU regulations. In order to tackle these challenges, three cutting-edge security and privacy-by-design solutions from Horizon 2020 projects PANACEA, DEFeND and PAPAYA were presented.

ECSC - Cyber-Girls


8 March is International Women's Day!

Meet the girls behind the European Cybersecurity Challenge to discuss women's future in cybersecurity.

CONNECT University Online Session I Women in Cybersecurity


On 8 March, join CONNECT University in celebrating the International Women's Day 2021, together with Digital Single Market, Women4Cyber and ENISA, on an online session on "Women in Cybersecurity" at 14:00 CET.



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.