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26 - 27 Sep 2023

Leon, Spain

12th CyCLONe Officers meeting

he Spanish Presidency at the Council of the European Union and ENISA are hosting the 11th CyCLONe Officers meeting that will take place in Leon, Spain on 26th and 27th of September.

The Cyber Crisis Liaison Organisation Network aims to support the coordinated management of large-scale cybersecurity incidents and crises at operational level and to ensure the regular exchange of relevant information among Member States and Union institutions, bodies and agencies.

25 - 26 Sep, 2023

Leon, Spain

21st CSIRTs Network Meeting

The Spanish Presidency at the Council of the European Union and ENISA are hosting the 21st CSIRTs Network meeting that will take place in Leon, Spain on 25th and 26th of September.

Established by the NIS Directive 1 and strengthened by NIS Directive 2, the CSIRTs Network aims to contribute to developing confidence and trust between the Member States and to promote swift and effective operational cooperation. The CSIRTs Network is a network where Members cooperate, exchange information, improve the handling of cross-border incidents, and respond to specific incidents in a coordinated manner.

26 Sep 2023


The UN Cybercrime Treaty: Is it a Crime?

Join the Stimson Centre for an online discussion with international experts on the new cybercrime treaty’s significance for human rights and cyber accountability at the global, regional and national levels.

4:00 - 5:00 PM

US Eastern
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

21 - 22 Sep, 2023

Segovia, Spain

European Cybersecurity Skills Conference 2023

ENISA has announced the 2nd edition of the annual European Cybersecurity Skills Conference. This year the conference will focus on sharing and discussing progress linked to the promotion and endorsement of the ENISA Cybersecurity Skills Framework (ECSF). The conference will also address ENISA’s role as part of the European Commission initiative: The Cybersecurity Skills Academy.

The conference will provide an opportunity to: bring the cybersecurity-skills community together, facilitating the exchange of experiences challenges and good practices, as a result of ECSF implementation; discuss different ways to improve and synergize ENISA-ECSF with other related initiatives at EU and Member States’ level; and raise awareness on the need to promote multi-stakeholder cooperation on cybersecurity skills.

The conference is organised under the auspices of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU, in collaboration with the Spanish Ministry of Education and the Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE).

21 Sep, 2023

Athens, Greece

European energy grids’ security in a changed landscape: Closing the skills gap and getting prepared

The Energy Forum week in Athens will host an offline and as well as online conference for the 6th Edition of the Cybersecurity event, jointly organized by the Association of European Distribution System Operators (E.DSO), the European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS), the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) to discuss 'Cybersecurity on European energy grids’ security in a changed landscape - closing the skills gap and getting prepared'.

The event is held in partnership with the European Energy - Information Sharing & Analysis Centre (EE-ISAC).

This year the conference will bring together experts in the field of grid cybersecurity to exchange on the latest developments in the threat landscape and how realistic exercising can develop better skills and increase preparedness for cybersecurity incidents.

Topics and questions include: Are European partners prepared for large scale cyberattacks to the European grid? Will upcoming European regulations on cybersecurity help to effectively and efficiently increase preparedness or are there still pitfalls and gaps that require attention? These and other topics will be tackled during the event, together with concrete case studies of network attacks.

19 - 21 Sep 2023

Abuja, Nigeria

Africa Internet Governance Forum

The 2023 Africa IGF will bring together stakeholders from various sectors, including government, civil society, private sector, technical communities, and academia. The forum will serve as a platform for dialogue, collaboration, and exchanging ideas on crucial Internet Governance issues in the African region.

Under the theme of "Transforming Africa's Digital Landscape: Empowering Inclusion, Security, and Innovation," the Africa IGF aims to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the rapidly evolving digital landscape. It focuses on empowering inclusivity, ensuring robust cybersecurity measures, and promoting innovation across the continent.

21 Sep 2023

London (Online), United Kingdom

Integrating gender into cybercrime capacity-building

This research event and roundtable aims to provide capacity-builders with the tools to integrate gender considerations into cybercrime capacity-building programmes and activities.

Built around four of the five pillars of Chatham House’s Strategic Approach to Countering Cybercrime (SACC) framework, this toolkit sets out proactive and actionable steps designed to ensure the gender-sensitive design and implementation of a wide range of cybercrime capacity-building activities.

Bringing together experts to discuss the importance of gender perspectives in understanding cybercrime and the value of gender sensitivity in cybercrime capacity building, this session will also launch Chatham House’s integrating gender in cybercrime capacity-building toolkit.

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20 - 21 Sep 2023

Copenhagen, Denmark

Nordic Cyber Summit 2023

The Nordic Cyber Security Summit not only addresses a wide range of technological issues from the IT Security spectrum but also breaks out beyond that, providing a wider perspective from all aspects of the industry. From secure IoT deployment to the acquisition of business skills needed to build up a case for funding, the summit acts as a platform to help address concerns and garner solutions.

Key themes include: Protecting Business in an Evolving Threat Landscape; Cooperation Between State and Enterprise for Cyber Defence; Automation: Luxury or Necessity?; Defending the Software Supply Chain; Preparing an Incident Response Procedure.

20 Sep, 2023

Luxembourg, Luxembourg

8th ENISA eHealth Security Conference

The EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) is organising the 8th eHealth Security Conference, in collaboration with the Luxembourg Regulatory Institute. The conference will be a full-day physical event, hosted by CHL Hospital in Luxembourg City, on September 20th, 2023.

As medical data and systems have become a major target of cybercrime over the past years, easily jeopardised by ransomware, cybercrime, malicious actors, phishing campaigns, the eHealth Security Conference will facilitate the exchange of invaluable insights for these growing challenges, in an effort to fortify the sector's public and private entities against cyber threats.

18 Sep 2023

London (Online), United Kingdom

Bridging Digital Borders: Cybersecurity Capacity Building in Latin America

The Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) and Florida International University (FIU) are hosting a half-day conference. The event will bring together experts from the UK, US, Latin America and other countries to discuss innovative strategies and multi-faceted approaches to address the region's cybersecurity concerns.

The first panel will explore the convergences and divergences of UK, EU, US, and Latin American countries approaches to cybersecurity capacity building. The panel will delve into the nuances the challenges they face and the strategies they employ to overcome these obstacles.

The second panel will explore pathways to the development of national cybersecurity agencies in Latin America, and discuss how nations in the region are innovating and adapting to protect their economies and societies from cyber incidents, and what lessons can be learned from their experiences.

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