Monitoring report covering the period from January to June 2020
Monitoring report covering the period from July to December 2019
Monitoring report covering the period from January to June 2019
Monitoring report covering the period from July to December 2018
Cybersecurity risks in Europe are dramatically increasing: cyberespionage, cybercrime and theft of personal data are amongst the more pressing threats to the European society and economy. In the meanwhile, the development of European cyber technologies and of a cybersecurity industry is an opportunity for economic growth and job creation. Yet, cybersecurity in Europe is a nascent market still fragmented.
The aim of the partnership “European cyber Valleys” is to develop interregional cooperation in order to:
- create synergies among the existing specialized regions in cybersecurity
- facilitate the development of EU cybersecurity value chain
- address the challenges that hamper commercialisation of existing and new products and services in Europe
- foster business investment on cybersecurity.
National and regional authorities and representatives from the quadruple helix involved in this partnership have already developed a wide range of activities supporting cybersecurity development. Indeed, strengthening cyber local ecosystems in Europe has a fundamental role in structuring the still “young” European sector.
In this context, this partnership aims to foster cooperation between already existing mature ecosystems which has defined cybersecurity as a priority of their Strategy for Smart Specialisation (S3).
Developing the cybersecurity sector and providing mechanisms for regions to cooperate and engage industry, academia and end-users is forefront to the success of this partnership and of the EU as a whole.
Results of the mapping
The result of the mapping exercise is available here: tools.bdi.fr/annu_craft/cybersecurity.html?dashboard=1
- "Multi-level Governance in Cybersecurity: What Role for the European Regions?" Kaklauskaitė, M., European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO), 2020.
- COVID-19 Cybersecurity Response Package - An ECSO Cyber Solidarity Campaign
- ECSO Position Paper: The role of the regions in strengthening the European Union’s cyber security, 2019
List of Regions involved
List of Projects under development
Pilot project: Interregional acceleration programme for local cyber security scaleups.
Contact details of the Leading Region
Annie Audic (email@example.com), Maison de la Bretagne Europe
Danilo D’Elia (firstname.lastname@example.org), European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO)