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Cyberwatching.eu Annual Workshop - Track #2 Assessing research outputs within the cybersecurity and privacy landscape, Krakow, 8th October 2018

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From 2018-10-08 to 2018-10-08, Poland
Cyberwatching.eu is organising its first Annual Workshop at Cybersec Forum 2018 in Krakow, Poland.

The Annual Workshop will be organised in two tracks:

1. International cooperation and alignment on cybersecurity and privacy issues;
2. Assessing research outputs within the cybersecurity and privacy landscape.

The second track will show how the Cyberwatching.eu project is using a two-tier taxonomy of cybersecurity & privacy topics in order to support projects to classify & group themselves.
Cyberwatching.eu Annual Workshop - Track #2 Assessing research outputs within the cybersecurity and privacy landscape, Krakow, 8th October 2018
REGISTRATION - We have a limited number of discount codes for participation in the CyberSec Forum and our workshop so please reserve your seat and get your discount by registering here:
https://www.cyberwatching.eu/cybersecurity-project-and-landscape-assessment-registration

TOPICS

Cybersecurity is a catch-all description that is used in many spaces to describe a wide variety of different R&I activities. The scale of activities in the cybersecurity space is growing. The EC has allocated €600m to projects within this area, whilst the UK government on its own has supported activities worth £2bn. With so many projects funded at a national and EU level, how can policy overlaps and duplication of effort be avoided and how can more synergies be created?

This workshop will show how the Cyberwatching.eu project is using a two-tier taxonomy of cybersecurity and privacy topics in order to support projects to classify and group themselves into meaningful clusters. Our results will also enable policymakers and funding bodies to understand the distribution of projects across the overall landscape and identify imbalances in future calls.

By applying a Market and Technology Readiness Level framework, we also support projects in maturing their innovative ideas, advising on how to develop a business case starting with the end-user problem being addressed, advise on packaging the ‘big idea’, and enable the cross-pollination of ideas for business models between projects as a source of valuable feedback.

Join us for 90 minutes of intense discussion and learning.

- Find out just which priorities Europe needs to address and where the innovative research is already taking place.
- Rank your own project and also find new synergies from across Europe.
- Pick up vital market and technology tips to ensure your innovation pitches itself perfectly to the market.

AGENDA
15:45 – 15:50 Introduction

David Wallom, Associate Professor and Associate Director – Innovation of the Oxford e-Research Centre

15:50 – 16:10 Cybersecurity Taxonomy & Technology Radar

David Wallom, Associate Professor and Associate Director – Innovation of the Oxford e-Research Centre

16:10 – 16:30 Understanding project output readiness

Michel Drescher, Cloud Computing Standards Specialist of Oxford e-Research Centre at the University of Oxford

16:30 – 17:15 Panel discussion on approaches to readiness for projects moving from proof of concept to realisation

Chair: TBA

REGISTRATION - We have a limited number of discount codes for participation in the CyberSec Forum and our workshop so please reserve your seat and get your discount by registering here:
https://www.cyberwatching.eu/cybersecurity-project-and-landscape-assessment-registration

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cybersecurity, privacy, market readiness, technology readiness, project clustering
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