Invitation to “SPARTA Partnership Program for Baltic Sea Region Stakeholders” event

The SecurIT project has kicked off!
October 5, 2021
Launch of EU-funded project STARLIGHT
November 18, 2021

Invitation to “SPARTA Partnership Program for Baltic Sea Region Stakeholders” event

The SPARTA pilot (www.sparta.eu) established a Cybersecurity Competence Network aiming to encourage collaboration between research teams, across geographies, disciplines and organizations – spanning through academic, industrial, institutional and grassroots cybersecurity. Two major artifacts will serve as pivotal elements: an ambitious and continuously evolving Cybersecurity Research & Innovation Roadmap, and an advanced Joint Competence Center Infrastructure gathering a set of diverse platforms.

The objective of the SPARTA is to establish unparalleled traction with European, national and regional ecosystems, relaying concrete requirements, disruptive ideas and novel results through multi-level and cross-network actions and events.

On the 25th of November SPARTA is organizing the event entitled “SPARTA Partnership Program for Baltic Sea Region Stakeholders” aimed to discuss with policymakers, academics and foremost small and medium-sized companies needs and challenges of Baltic Sea region, scan other EU regions for solutions and propose new ideas dedicated to experience, knowledge, skills and long-lasting partnerships.

As we do, we will duplicate the success of other clusters and demonstrate how SPARTA partnership program can be designed to overcome the barriers that single players face in Cybersecurity market.

We would be pleased if you could join us virtually on the 25th of November 13:00-16:00 CET. The agenda of this event can be found here.

If you are interested to participate, please fill the registration form till 15th of November here >>>.

The link to join the event in MS Teams platform will be shared with registered participants before the event.

Do not hesitate to contact us for any information you may need about the SPARTA pilot and upcoming event.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 830892.

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