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[Million euro baby] What’s next for EU funding in cybersecurity?

“[Million euro baby] What’s next for EU funding in cybersecurity?” will be the theme of the new webinar organised by the FIC in Brussels, from 05:30 pm to 07:00 pm. 

April 13, 2022

Cybersecurity is now a central focus for the EU, national governments, regional authorities, and the private sector. Increasing the EU’s cyber resilience requires capacity building, strengthening infrastructure, supporting businesses and research, thus ultimately… funding.

The EU has an extensive and evolving body of legislation to better prevent and respond to cyber threats, and an arsenal of funding instruments to promote capacity building, encourage R&D and support European SMEs.

As initiatives such as the Digital Europe Programme get off the ground, the International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) is delighted to invite you to a Brussels discussion with:

  • Phédra Clouner, Deputy Director of the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium and member of the FIC Advisory Board,
  • Miguel Gonzalez-Sancho, Head of Unit for Cybersecurity at DG CONNECT and Acting Executive Director of the European Cybersecurity Competence Centre and Network,
  • Luigi Rebuffi, Secretary General of ECSO,
  • Augustin Blanchard, Executive Director at Tikehau Ace Capital.

Venue & registration:

The event will take place at the Press Club, 95 rue Froissart, Brussels, and will be followed by a networking cocktail. The event will be held in hybrid format, with the possibility of joining online.

To attend in person at this event, please email Apolline Rolland (apolline.rolland@avisa-partners.com).

To register online, please click on the link below (Please note that the entire webinar will be in English):


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