Two days of debate on European & global cyber security policy 10-11, June 2020 virtual sessions
The Cyber Security Hub is a participatory online debate on European and global cyber security policy. The Hub seeks to kick-start the conversation around Europe’s Security Union and its cyber security policy, and more broadly around the role cyber will play in Europe’s drive for greater digital sovereignty.
One of the speakers at the conference is our Project Coordinator Wim Mees at the session of Cyber Ranges: Cyber ranges towards a federated approach.
In light of the different ongoing initiatives (EDA, ECHO, etc) and of the currently increasing digital transformation, this session discusses the motivations to federate / connect cyber ranges at European level and understand what added value would this bring to the cybersecurity community. Can we envisage a cyber ranges marketplace to ensure availability of resources to conduct trainings for staff, R&D, etc and allow all cyber ranges to come together and connect with one another?