Cyber Security Competence for Research and Innovation
CONCORDIA is a four-year multi-disciplinary research and innovation project (H2020), and will play a leadership role in boosting the effectiveness of EU’s security union. The project, started in January 2019, is coordinated by the Research Institute CODE from the Bundeswehr University Munich and involves 50+ partners including prominent industry,
academia, SMEs and especially national cyber security centers.
CONCORDIA will pilot an EU Cybersecurity Competence Network to provide technological, societal and policy leadership for Europe. CONCORDIA aims to implement a common Cybersecurity Research & Innovation Roadmap for Europe.
CONCORDIA adopts an inclusive approach, fostering a wide alliance spanning Europe’s research, industry and public sectors, and including key professionals from a variety of fields. By developing innovative, marketable solutions to protect Europe against cyber attacks, CONCORDIA will capitalize on Europe’s unique pool of skills and talents in the area of ICT and cybersecurity to also establish an European Education Ecosystem for Cybersecurity.
The project will be a fundamental instrument for promoting excellent research, market innovation, skill building, and a research roadmap for cybersecurity in Europe. In this context, the vision of CONCORDIA is to create a community, building bridges and setting the foundations for strong cooperation between all stakeholders.
As partner of the CONCORDIA project SBA hosted the 2nd CONCORDIA General Assembly from November 27-28 2019 at Europahaus Wien.
- Concordia Flyer – “Concordia at a Glance”
- Concordia Service Catalog
- Website, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook
This project has received funding from the European Union‘s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement no. 830927.