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CYberSynchrony project online kick-off meeting

The project’s Kick-Off Meeting took place online on the 5th of July 2024. This 36-month project, which has officially started on the 1st of June 2024, is co-funded by the European Union’s Digital Europe programme. Philippos Philippou (Head of R&D Projects), Dr. Eleni Keliri (R&D Project Manager), and Elisavet Grigoriou (Proposal writer) participated in the kick-off meeting representing eBOS. The kick-off was chaired by Armend Duzha on behalf of the Maggioli S.P.A., which is the project coordinator.

About CYberSynchrony project

CYberSynchrony introduces a holistic modular framework, amalgamating pioneering technologies to cultivate a cohesive, resilient cybersecurity infrastructure. Integrating every facet of organisational security, from technological advancements and human contributions to streamlined processes and a security-centric culture, the project lays significant emphasis on rapid incident responses. This ensures enhanced preparedness and mutual assistance, providing an efficient counter to cyber threats. The system incorporates advanced threat intelligence platforms and analytics tools, ensuring top-tier threat assessment, robust risk monitoring, and early incident detection. Furthermore, it champions cross-border collaboration using secure communication channels, promoting synchronised actions and information exchange among Member States.

eBOS role

eBOS is leading two work packages and four tasks throughout the project duration. In particular eBOS will:

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Lead the “Dissemination, Exploitation and Promotion” work package, including “Dissemination and communication activities”

2

Lead the “Integration, Demonstration, and evaluation” work package, including a task on “CYberSynchrony Integration and Use Case planning” and a task on “Cyber hygiene, lessons learnt and sustainability assessment”

3

Lead the Quality Assurance and Risk Management relevant Task regarding project deliverables and other project outputs. 

This project has received funding by the European Union’s Digital Europe programme under Grant Agreement no. 101158555.