ECS cPPP Progress Monitoring Report 2016-2017
The analysis of R&D areas covered by the cPPP operations and the vision for the future of the cyber security sector in Europe
In July 2016, the European Commission signed a contract with the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) ASBL establishing a contractual Public-Private Partnership (cPPP) on cyber security with the aim to (1) boost European cyber security research, development, innovation and use of European cyber security solutions as means to support and protect the development of the Digital Single Market in Europe; (2) foster European cyber security leadership for job creation and prosperity and (3) accelerate Europe’s innovation process and raise the competitiveness of cyber security industry in the EU and on the global market.
The first Progress Monitoring Report conducted by ECSO covers the period from July 2016 to December 2017. It lays out ECSO’s vision for the future of the cyber security sector in Europe and provides an analysis of R&D areas covered by the cPPP operations. Our methodology includes trend analysis and yearly surveys. These regular surveys were answered by ECSO members and H2020 beneficiaries and allowed to gather data and information on R&D investments and the creation of jobs in the European cyber security sector.
The report can be downloaded from HERE.