ECHO delivers an organized and coordinated approach to improve proactive cyber defense of the European Union, through effective and efficient multi-sector collaboration.
The Partners will develop, model and demonstrate a network of cyber research and competence centres, with a central competence at the hub. The Central Competence Hub serves as the focal point for the ECHO Multi-sector Assessment Framework enabling multi-sector dependencies management, provision of an ECHO Early Warning System, an ECHO Federation of Cyber Ranges and management of an expanding collection of Partner Engagements.
The ECHO Multi-sector Assessment Framework refers to the analysis of challenges and opportunities derived from sector-specific use cases, transversal cybersecurity needs analysis and development of inter-sector Technology Roadmaps involving horizontal cybersecurity disciplines.
The Early Warning System, Federation of Cyber Ranges and Inter-sector Technology Roadmaps will then be subject of Demonstration Cases incorporating relevant involvement of inter-dependent industrial sectors.
Our mission: Assisting in writing the proposal & negotiating.
Project: ECHO (H2020, IA, ID=830943)
Duration: 48 months
Budget: 6 M€