Creation date: September 17, 2018
The Commission has placed cybersecurity high on the agenda in its proposals for the next long-term EU budget for the years 2021-2027, to guarantee adequate funding for this key priority. This year to complement previous European efforts on cybersecurity a proposal has been put forward to help the EU to pool resources and expertise in research and innovation, and to become a leader in the next generation of cybersecurity and digital technologies.
New proposals on Cybersecurity
European Competence Centre:
Will coordinate the use of the funds foreseen for cybersecurity under the next long-term EU budget for years 2021-2027 under the Digital Europe and Horizon Europe programmes.
Network of National Coordination Centres:
Each Member State will nominate one national coordination centre to lead the network, which will engage in the development of new cybersecurity capabilities and broader competence building.
A large, open and diverse group of cybersecurity stakeholders from research and the private and public sectors, including both civilian and defence authorities
All details can be found here