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CYBERSECURITY NEWS: ECSO Launches its latest ground-breaking initiative CYBERHive

28th November 2023 

CYBERSECURITY NEWS: ECSO Launches its latest ground-breaking initiative CYBERHive 
Syndicated By: Iain Fraser/Cyber PR Wire

ECSO is delighted to announce the launch of its new, ground-breaking initiative: Cyberhive EUROPE. Cyberhive is the first-ever European marketplace co-created with- and for the European cybersecurity ecosystem, and will offer global accessibility to all Europe-headquartered cybersecurity solution providers, while also being freely accessible to end-users worldwide. Through the Cyberhive, ECSO will connect market players, promote European-made products, and ultimately strengthen the European cybersecurity market as a whole. To learn more about the Cyberhive, read below. 

The second Annual CISO Meetup, organised by ECSO, starts today! Over 150 CISOs are joining us in Florence from all over Europe to engage in high-level discussions on critical cybersecurity topics. Read more below. Learn More /...

About ECSO (The European Cyber Security Organisation)

ECSO was created in 2016 as the contractual counterpart to the European Commission to implement Europe’s unique Public-Private Partnership in Cybersecurity – cPPP (2016-2020). Building upon the success of the cPPP, ECSO is today the unique European cross-sectoral and independent membership organisation for cybersecurity that gathers and represents European public and private cybersecurity stakeholders and fosters their cooperation. Members of ECSO include large companies, SMEs and start-ups, research centres, universities, end-users and operators of essential services, clusters and associations, as well as the local, regional and national public administrations across the European Union Members States and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). Learn More /... 

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