The aim of SECURE-FORCE is to promote the involvement of SMEs / SMEs grouping in existing and new European R&D Projects in the field of security, through an innovative methodology based on awareness creation, knowledge sharing, support, training and match-making actions, involving the world leaders in the sector. The SECURE-FORCE ETI project addresses the global ICT security issues that represented more than 13 billion Euro in 2004. Specific attention will be paid to:
The cyber crime and terrorism related issues (privacy and data protection and network and info security).
Crisis management, SECURE-FORCE will contribute to reduce the fragmentation of IST sectors, and particularly in the domain of security by creating synergies and interactions between research and innovation activities carried out at national, regional and European level.
The SECURE-FORCE project targets active SMEs/SMEs groupings dealing with research issues in the mentioned sectors.The SECURE-FORCE consortium gathers 23 organisations coming from 14 different European countries: France, Greece, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Luxembourg, Germany, Israel, UK, Austria , the Netherlands, Poland, and Cyprus. The final objective is to disseminate the project results to 3000 relevant SMEs (within 3 years) in at least 14 EU countries.
Field of science
- /natural sciences/computer and information sciences/computer security/data protection
- /social sciences/sociology/governance/crisis management
Call for proposal
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Funding SchemeSSA - Specific Support Action