EU CyberNet Club events in 2023

EU CyberNet conducted twelve Club events for our community members in 2023, covering a wide range of topics – from NIS2 Directive to cybercrime takedowns. The Club events take place every month and provide opportunities for our experts and stakeholders to learn from and discuss with other members of the community.

We have been running the EU CyberNet Club events for over 2,5 years and the topics that are discussed are usually proposed and voted by the community members themselves. Each Club event hosts two speakers and around 50-60 participants. Some of the sessions tackle more technical issues and others have a more policy-oriented nature. This variety gives all our community members something interesting and new to listen to and discuss.

The Club events and topics of 2023 were:

  • 05.01.2023 – Club Special: Swedish EU Presidency
  • 02.02.2023 – Cybersecurity of elections
  • 02.03.2023 – Cybersecurity in Healthcare
  • 06.04.2023 – Free cybersecurity resources
  • 04.05.2023 – Digital Forensics and Incident Response
  • 01.06.2023 – NIS2 Directive
  • 06.07.2023 – Club Special: Spanish EU Presidency
  • 03.08.2023 – Supply Chain Cybersecurity
  • 07.09.2023 – APTs
  • 05.10.2023 – CCB missions
  • 02.11.2023 – Cybercrime: prosecution and takedowns
  • 07.12.2023 – Generative AI

Looking forward to 2024 with another 10 interesting cyber topics and two Presidency sessions!

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