“How to effectively transform Cybersecurity Research into Innovation?” - watch the replay
Cybersecurity Breakfast #47 was a SPARTA special edition.
Dr Mart Noorma, Science and Development Director at Milrem Robotics, Professor of Space and Defense Technology at University of Tartu (Estonia), gave a keynote on “Lessons learned from a highly innovative company, working for years with both academy and industry researchers to build unmanned ground systems”.
His keynote speech was followed by the following presentations:
Jacques Klein, Chief Scientist II in Software Engineering and Mobile Security, University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg): “How realistic is it for researchers to access real world data for academic research, and then open innovation purposes?”
François Thill, Director Cybersecurity and Digital Technologies at the Ministry of the Economy (Luxembourg): “A MECO initiative to foster data sharing and usage between ecosystem partners for creating innovative cybersecurity services : the cybersecurity dataspace”
Florent Kirchner, SPARTA Strategic Director (France): “SPARTA lessons on cross-border and cross-verticals cooperation between researchers in cybersecurity - The quest for bootstrapping an autonomous EU industry”
Fabio Martinelli, SPARTA Partnerships Director (Italy): “Rules and principles for building a successful community around partnerships in cybersecurity research and innovation - The SPARTA Experiment”
Innovation was further discussed in a round table talk moderated by Pascal Steichen, CEO SECURITYMADEIN.LU, and joined by Sheila Becker, Head of Network & Information Systems’ Security at ILR, who talked about the Women for Cyber initiative.