On November 5 2019, at the first Open Pilots Workshop, CYBERWISER.eu consortium partners met representatives from organisations aiming to become Open Pilot Users.
Workshop delegates saw a demonstration of the CYBERWISER.eu cybersecurity skills training platform, tested it, and presented their training requirements to an expert group which included representatives from the four European Cybersecurity Competence Centers: ECHO, cybersec4Europe, Sparta, and CONCORDIA.
Welcome to the CYBERWISER.eu newsletter!
In this issue, an in-depth look at the technology behind the just-completed CYBERWISER.eu platform, our first major milestone, plus excerpts from the new Cyberwatching.eu white paper, news from ECSO, and more.
On February 14th 2019, CYBERWISER.eu presented its first webinar on the importance of advanced cyber security skills for effective and rapid response in a fast-evolving and complex cyber risk landscape.
Three expert panelists, have shared with us their knowledge on cybersecurity capacity building.
WISER supports the #CyberSecMonth!
Don't miss the opportunity to become Cyber Secure
October 2017 is European Cyber Security Month and this year marks the 5th year anniversary of the European Cyber Security Month campaign. "Cyber security is a shared responsibility – Stop. Think. Connect." its' the motto of the campaign.
St. Valentine’s name comes from ‘Valentinus’, which is taken from the Latin word for ‘worthy, strong or powerful’.
This is exactly how digital businesses should be in their approach to cyber security. And remember - cyber criminals are adept at targeting holidays and current events as bait for attacks.
St Valentine’s Day is no exception. Messages targeting this special day are expected to quadruple globally.
Cyber security challenges: what to expect in 2017.
Security experts predict that the number of ransomware attacks will continue to increase in 2017.
Apparently innocuous smart devices will play a role in massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.
Business Email Compromise (BEC) are both cost-effective and relatively simple forms of corporate extortion, making them more and more attractive to cybercriminals.
But beware as these and other attacks will be subject to more stringent data review processes for enterprises as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) looms closer.
With data breaches hitting the headlines everyday, there's never been a better time to maximize cyber security awareness and translate it into pragmatic results.
And WISER played its part in contributing to the goals of the European Cyber Security Month last month: raising awareness to create a risk-management culture across EU businesses and public sector organisations.
Here's a snapshot of our contributions.
For the fourth consecutive year, the European Union (EU) declared October to be European Cyber Security Month (ECSM). October is European Cyber Security Month (ECSM), aimed at increasing awareness and capacity building across member states so European organisations are better prepared against cyberattacks.
As the European Innovation Action putting cyber risk management at the heart of every organisation, large and small, WISER is showcasing its services and tools at DSS ITSEC 2016 on 27 October in Riga, Latvia.