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CSP Forum Clustering Workshop: Cybersecurity in FP7 Security and Trust Research Projects

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM (CET)

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CSP Forum Clustering Workshop: Cybersecurity in FP7 and Trust Research Projects

Workshop Date: 12 December 2013 (afternoon session approx 13.30 to 17.30 Following NIS Platform WG3 workshop )

Workshop Location:  Thon Hotel City Centre Brussels, Brussels, Belgium

Co-organized with CYSPA 

As part of its activities within Security and Trust Coordination and Enhanced Collaboration, the CSP Forum (coordinated by SecCord project is organizing its first cluster meeting, on the 12th December 2013 (afternoon1/2 day workshop approx 13.00 to 17.30) in Thon Hotel City Centre Brussels, (following the NIS Platform plenary 11th Dec and NIS Platform WG3 1/2 day session 9.00am to 12.00 12th Dec, also taking place at the Thon Hotel City Centre Brussels, Belgium.

This event is co-organized with CYSPA coordination action (, as part of its activity on cybersecurity technology and solutions observatory.

As discussed with many of you during the Clustering Open communications day back in February, a good number of projects are addressing cybersecurity related technologies and solutions, possibly from different angles (architectural, components, model, policy). Accordingly, CSP Forum’s 1st clustering meeting will be focused on analyzing how current and expected results from research projects can contribute to cybersecurity, as well as to extract a single picture of contribution to cyber-security in EU funded research projects.

This event will also host the next face to face meeting of the NoE and CSA cluster established at CSP Forum Conference 2013.

This Afternoon workshop will be composed of three main parts:
* Projects are invited to share their main results which can contribute to cybersecurity and trust building. For this section, we will ask to the participants a short summary from each project.

* Open discussion on analysis. The aim of this part is starting from projects results of different projects, to derive a map of technologies, identifying current and future strengths and gaps.

* Face to Face meeting of the CSA and NoE cluster established at CSP Forum in April. Separate communications will be distributed to those participants in addition to this list.

All EU funded security projects, including recently started ones, are invited to contribute. Please state your intention to participate by DEADLINE FRIDAY 29TH NOVEMBER

We will provide additional information, and supporting agenda in the coming weeks
As usual for cluster meetings, feel free to provide feedbacks and suggestions.

NOTE: Registration to the workshop is FREE.



For more information....
Please contact CSP Forum cluster leader Michele Bezzi ( )
or SecCord Project Coordinator Frances Cleary ( )

CSP FORUM is coordinated by the SECCORD project, an FP7 funded CSA project.

Have questions about CSP Forum Clustering Workshop: Cybersecurity in FP7 Security and Trust Research Projects? Contact CSP Forum

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Thon Hotel City Centre Brussels

Thursday, December 12, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM (CET)

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CSP Forum

Cybersecurity and Privacy Eu Forum ( CSP Forum)  . 

This forum is dedicated to the clustering of trust and security research projects , providing them with collaboration, networking and dissemination opportunities.

The CSP Forum is coordinated by the Seccord CSA project ( FP7 funded EC CSA project

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