October 18, 13:00-16:00 (EEST)
Civil Security and Cyber Security co-creation event for Horizon Europe Projects
As part of 5G Techritory 2023, the Latvian Council of Science together with the Federation of Security and Defence Industries of Latvia and Ministry of Education and Science Latvia will host a co-creation event about civil security and cyber security for Horizon Europe projects. The aim of the event is to foster opportunities for international cooperation, collaboration and consortia building for Horizon Europe projects.
The ambassador of the event is the State Fire and Rescue Service of Republic of Latvia and high-level cybersecurity and communications expert David Lund will set a vision for current challenges and opportunities in civil security and cybersecurity area.
The co-creation event will feature presentations about current and future project calls and work group discussions on topics of Horizon Europe program Cluster 3 “Civil security and Cybersecurity”:
- Resilient Infrastructure;
- Increased Cybersecurity;
- Effective management for EU external borders;
- Disaster-Resilient Society for Europe;
- Better protection for the EU and its Citizens against Crime and Terrorism
- Strengthened Security Research and Innovation
We’re excited to gather experts from government, industry and academia for engaging sessions that incorporate the themes of resilient infrastructure, cybersecurity, disaster-resilient society. Strengthening resilience gives opportunities for businesses and academia to make solutions for public challenges.
Participation in the workshop is free of charge, but invitation-only, please e-mail to Sarmite Mickevica, Latvian Council of Science if interested: email@example.com
Registration to the event: https://www.mittoevents.com/5g-civil-security-and-cyber-security/register
*This event is supported by 18.104.22.168. action “Support for international cooperation projects in research and innovation” – 1st round the project “Support for the development and implementation of international cooperation projects”