Secure systems, services & components. Cryptography, data protection & privacy
The Cybersecurity Helix was amongst the second tranche of Helix communities launched by Crowdhelix in mid-2014, and is currently managed by the Crowdhelix Community Management team. We are, however, seeking expressions of interest from high-profile researchers in the field to take a leadership role for this Helix from 2021 onwards.
Closely linked with the activities of both the Security Helix and the Digital Helix, Crowdhelix’s Cybersecurity Helix provides an Open Innovation community for experts seeking international collaborators to carry out research and innovation in support of the following objectives:
- Protecting and improving the resilience of critical infrastructures, supply chains and transport modes
- Ensuring privacy and freedom and enhancing the societal legal and ethical understanding of all areas of cybersecurity, risk, and management
- Enhancing the standardisation and the interoperability of secure digital systems, including for emergency purposes
Mission-oriented actions under the EU’s Horizon Europe programme will also integrate the demands of different end-users (citizens, businesses, civil society organisations and administrations, including national and international authorities, civil protection, law enforcement, border guards, etc.) in cybersecurity technologies, to take into account the evolution of security threats and privacy protection, and the necessary societal aspects. Crowdhelix intends to support this by helping to widen participation in cybersecurity research & innovation actions to communities beyond direct stakeholders, which will help lead to more citizen-centric and co-developed outcomes, along with increased societal uptake.
Can act as:
- Work Package Leader
- Consortium Partner
- Decision support systems
- Industry partners
- Usecase providers
We are preparing a proposal for EUREKA Network and looking for a Swedish industry partner for Sweden consortium of the proposal. We are looking for...Read more...
Closed: Consortium seeking Law Enforcement Agencies active in Cybercrime and other partners with an expertise in Ethics, PCP and PPICan act as:
- Individual Expert
- Consortium Partner
- Law enforcement agencies
- Cyber criminality
- Law enforcement
The current proposal aims at creating a Pan-European network of practitioners in the field of cybercrime and the handling of digital evidence. The...Read more...SU-GM01-2018-2019-2020
Pan-European networks of practitioners and other actors in the field of securityDeadline
August 27, 2020Project Type
- CSA Coordination and support action