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SPARTA DAY & Brokerage Event

The SPARTA project, as Pilot of the European Union’s Cybersecurity Competence Network, has organized its SPARTA Day and brokerage event to present its first year’s results and ease cooperation among the SPARTA partners, associate and friends (i.e. the SPARTA partnership currently with more than 120 organizations involved).

The SPARTA event featured key project achievements, including project publications and deliverables. SPARTA focuses on improving cybersecurity R&I in Europe by creatin...
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SPARTA DAY & Brokerage Event

The SPARTA project, as Pilot of the European Union’s Cybersecurity Competence Network, has organized its SPARTA Day and brokerage event to present its first year’s results and ease cooperation among the SPARTA partners associate and friends (i.e. the SPARTA partnership currently with more than 120 organizations involved).

The SPARTA event featured key project achievements, including project publications and deliverables. SPARTA focuses on improving cybersecurity R&I in Europe by creating...
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Partnership: Brokerage Event

SPARTA invites all to its SPARTA (Remote) Day & Brokerage Event. The SPARTA (Remote) Day will be held online on the morning of 22nd June from 9h30 to 13h. This event will show a quick overview of SPARTA Partnership, Programs and Roadmap.


The afternoon of 22nd June will be the first SPARTA Brokerage Event. It will be open to SPARTA Partners, Associates and Friends and will showcase presentations from SPARTA Associates as well as a concrete brokerage event. The brokerage event should be ...
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The Road after SPARTA DAY #3

One of the main goals of the Roadmap Committee is to develop and implement a common European cybersecurity research and innovation (R&I) roadmap.

The roadmap received a positive review during the SPARTA Days in Brussels. Generally, the review has evaluated SPARTA’s efforts to become the main guideline for European decision-makers and the European Commission (EC) with regard to defining and supporting future projects and investments in cybersecurity. Our vision of this guideline embodies ...
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Report on simulation-based competence development around cybersecurity in Europe

As a result of the collaboration between the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) and the Cyber Competence Network we are pleased to present the report on simulation-based competence development around cybersecurity in Europe, based on survey responses received over the course of September and November 2019. The report focuses on how organisations in Europe currently address competence development through simulations, exercises etc. and how to deliver solutions and recommendations bett...
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Ep.5 - SPARTA TALKS 🎙 Everyone matters

In the fifth episode in the SPARTA series, we speak with Ralf Lindner, Head of the Competence Center Policy and Society at Fraunhofer in Germany, Elisabete Carreira from INOV in Portugal, Fabio Martinelli from CNR in Italy and we wrap up with Gabi Dreo from CODE in Germany. Together we look at everyone’s role in ensuring the success of the SPARTA project.



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Ep.4 - SPARTA TALKS 🎙 Reforming cybersecurity in the EU through SPARTA project

In this episode we once again take an in-depth look at the SPARTA project which has been underway for over a year. Listen to project partners Hervé Debar from IMT in Paris and Jan Hajný from the Brno University of Technology. Both speak about their individual roles in reforming cybersecurity in the EU through the SPARTA project.

This project has received funding from the European Union‘s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 830892



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CYBERWISER.eu Webinar: Free Cybersecurity Training with customised Learning Paths

Cyberwiser.eu will be helding a Free Cybersecurity Training with customised Learning Paths webinar, on the 22 of April.

“This webinar on 22.04.2020 zooms in on the CYBERWISER.eu Capacity Building Platform, a risk-centric, practical approach to cybersecurity, designed to train employees at various levels, from basic knowledge for non-IT staff to vulnerability and threat analysts, all the way up to decision-making IT professionals, such as information security risk managers, heads of informati...
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Governance Principles

The governance choices that SPARTA is experimenting have strived to draw from the state-of-the-art in research and innovation organization, mission-oriented policies, and public procurement management. Governance in SPARTA is described over multiple levels of decision-making, ranging from top-level strategic directions to operational management of tasks.

More than anything, SPARTA advocates for the implementation of self-aware capacities, with honest feedback loops and dynamic features, as a...
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Cooperation Challenges

SPARTA is a 44 partner-wide consortium across 14 countries in Europe and while it brings a wide range of ideas and a important diversity, it also brings cooperation challenges. How does SPARTA solves such challenges? On organisational front, SPARTA is composed of 8 bodies to structure the workload in SPARTA while also facilitation cooperation between different aspect of SPARTA. These bodies are composed of two decision board, the Strategic Direction which coordinates governance and the Execut...
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