New European Cybersecurity Market, Vol. 2 (2018) Issue 1 is already published!

In the Global Risks Report 2018 published by the World Economic Forum, cyberattacks have been ranked as the most challenging technological problem we are going to face. The only other risks comparable to them were associated with environmental factors such as extreme weather events and natural disasters. Indeed, various studies suggest that a successful attack on a […]

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The European Cybersecurity Market Special Edition – Regional Cybersecurity Ecosystems

Cybersecurity is a global challenge which we have to tackle both globally and locally. Building regional ecosystems enables strong and efficient cooperation between university centres for research and innovation, large international companies, local SMEs and startups. The synergy that develops between those stakeholders allows for the accumulation and unfettered flow of knowledge, good practices and key competences. […]

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Global cybersecurity initiative launched to strengthen collaboration between regional ecosystems

Today, the inaugural meeting of the Global Ecosystem of Ecosystems Platform in Innovation and Cybersecurity (Global EPIC) took place during the European Cybersecurity Forum – CYBERSEC 2017 in Krakow, Poland. This initiative will see 14 global ecosystems co-creating and adopting world-changing solutions to high-impact cybersecurity challenges, both current and emergent. Combining their knowledge, experience and […]

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2nd issue of the European Cybersecurity Market already available to download!

Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing sectors of the ICT market. According to various reports, worldwide spending on cybersecurity products and services in 2017 reached more than $120 billion. In the last decade, the market was growing 8-10 percent annually, while predictions for 2017–2020 envisage its further steady growth, estimating cumulative cybersecurity spending at $1 trillion in this […]

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Don’t ask “Are they able to compromise my workstations?” but rather “What if they will?”

Last days Badcyber.com informed about ongoing attack on Polish banks. According to the news source, it was classic watering hole attack. Attackers were able to infect Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) web service with a malware and further take over several banks’ computers which have visited this web site. The case is initially confirmed by […]

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