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Concordia map 2.0: courses for cybersecurity professionals

It’s been more than two years since CONCORDIA launched the map displaying short courses and training for cybersecurity professionals. The recently released new version brings a new look, new fields and new content. In addition, every cybersecurity course provider can share and promote their course.

Study on the design and set-up of a European Cybersecurity Investment Platform

The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) and the European Investment Advisory Hub, a joint advisory initiative of the European Investment Bank (EIB) Group and the European Commission, announced their participation in a feasibility study on the design and set-up of a European Cybersecurity Investment Platform (ECIP). The new platform is expected to attract more investment in the European cybersecurity market. The feasibility study will be carried out by the Advisory Hub together with experts from the EIB Group and PricewaterhouseCoopers as a consultant. This public-private collaboration

Women TechEU

Women TechEU is a brand new initiative of the European Union. The scheme offers first-class coaching and mentoring to female founders, as well as targeted funding to help take their business to the next level!

The call for proposals is open.

The deadline for submissions is 17:00 (CET) on 10 November 2021.

EUR 100 000 grants available for hospitals wanting to deploy the ICU4COVID telemedicine solution

The ICU4COVID consortium of German, Austrian, Greek and Portuguese ICU Hubs is giving away 100 000 EURO grants to other peripheral hospitals around Europe, i.e. hospitals that want to deploy the CPS4TIC telemedicine console and smart bedside and be integrated in one of the ICU Hubs. CPS4TIC is a Cyber-Physical System for Telemedicine and Intensive Care that results from the Thalea pre-commercial procurement. It was already deployed by the central ICU Hubs in the consortium in 2019-2020 in the Thalea II project and was used successfully during the Corona pandemic. The CPS4TIC ensures efficient

Two transnational buyers group prepare new pre-commercial procurements in security

The PREVENT PCP buyers group intends to boost innovative solutions to increase security in public transport through automatic detection and identification of of unattended items and perpetrators combined with advanced crisis management. The iProcureSecurity PCP buyers group is looking for innovative triage management systems for emergency medical services in security situations. Both buyers groups receiving co-financing from the EU Horizon 2020 programme.