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Cyber security competence network for research and innovation

Concept and objectives

  • CONCORDIA is developing cyber security solutions and assisting the European Union in building strong cyber security through EU-wide cooperation and sharing of information
  • The project provides excellence and leadership in technology, processes and services to establish a user-centric EU-integrated cyber security ecosystem 

CONCORDIA, the Cyber Security Competence Network, has been set up as a consortium of more than 60 partners to promote Europe’s digital sovereignty. It aims to


Connect stakeholder groups
Explore research and develops industry applications
Assist start-ups, policy makers etc.
Educate cyber security professionals and students
Promote women in cyber security
Organise talks, interviews, panels and conferences


Our role in the project

We supported the CONCORDIA projet in :

  • The coordination of mobile communication tasks
  • Industrial use-cases on unoccupied aerial vehicle security applications
  • Research activity support with a focus on the following three use-cases:
  1. Hardware-based, wireless post-quantum secure authentification
  2. Safe interaction supported by trust mechanisms, including with malicious/uncooperative UAS in urban air mobility
  3. Secure mobile ad-hoc networking



This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 830927.This output reflects the views only of the author(s), and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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