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European Digital Innovation Hubs Network

CYBER4All STAR

Hub information

EDIH Title

CYBERsecurity 4 All STAkeholdeRs

Geographical scope

National

Information

iliev_svetlin@pm.me

Description

Engaging European SMEs,mid-caps and public sector organizations (PSOs) in wide-scale digital transformation has been a challenging endeavor over the past decade.Costs reduction, operations efficiency optimization, and citizens’ empowerment triggered deployment of diverse ICT technologies across the Union,however at disparate speed and penetration levels, and often in a fragmented mode.Imminent Cybersecurity threats ranging from lower level impact attacks,e.g. script kiddies, malware, etc. to highly sophisticated operations launched by cyber terrorists or state-sponsored actors are major challenges, which seem to be equally ambiguously addressed across the Union leaving some stakeholders significantly more vulnerable than others. Ca. 60% of Dutch and German SMEs maintain log files for analysis after security incidents,while only 16-20% of Romanian and Bulgarian SMEs find it important to analyze those.Likewise a Cybersecurity breach landmark event of occurred in 2019 when the Bulgarian National Revenues Agency database was hacked,and personal data of more than 70% of all Bulgarian nationals was released online. To bridge the Cybersecurity divide in the EU the CYBER4All STAR Project will offer expertise,access to experimentation facilities and services,access to finance,and ecosystem networking with disruptive technology suppliers in line with the European Digital Innovation Hub Trakia service proposition.The hub in collaboration with other Cybersecurity EDIHs across Europe via the European Corridor of Cybersecurity EDIHs initiated by the European Cyber Security Organization will offer a full range of Cybersecurity services to all stakeholders with a special focus on SMEs,mid-caps and PSOs.Additionally, AI and HPC services will be channeled to end users using the EDIH Network DTA-assisted capabilities. The ultimate goal is to make it easy, cost-efficient and technologically-friendly to learn and adopt Cybersecurity as well as HPC and AI on a mass and integrated scale.

Coordinator information

Contractual contact information

Svetlin Iliev
+359899015999

Operational contact information

Svetlin Iliev
+359899015999

Coordinator address

Bul cherni vruh 51d
1407 Sofia
Bulgaria

Coordinator Business name

UNION FOR STOPANSKA INICIATIVA

Coordinator Legal name

Coordinator department

Department
Project Management

Market and services

Technologies

Cybersecurity
5/5
Artificial Intelligence & Decision support
1/5

Sectors

Eğitim
4/5
Üretim ve işleme
3/5
Ulaştırma sektörü
3/5

Services

Ecosystem building
5/5
SME support
5/5
Technology transfer
4/5
Vocational training
3/5
Ecosystem building
5/5
Innovation management
3/5
Technology transfer
4/5
Vocational training
4/5

Beneficiaries

Contact Name Role Country Address Business Name Legal Name Participant Type Website
Svetlin Iliev Partner Bulgaria 24 tsar asen st., 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria Digital Innovation Hub Trakia REC https://dihtrakia.org/
- Affiliated Bulgaria Ul. acad g bonchev bl 2, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria IICT HES http://www.iict.bas.bg/EN/index.html
- Affiliated Bulgaria 24 tzar asen, 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria UNIVERSITY OF PLOVDIV PAISII HILENDARSKI HES http://www.uni-plovdiv.bg
Svetlin Iliev Affiliated Bulgaria Bul. cherni vruh 51d, 1407 Sofia, Bulgaria Bulgarian Cybersecurity Association OTH http://cybersecbg.org
Miroslav Belqshki Affiliated Bulgaria Stefan stambolov suare 1, 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria MUNICIPALITY OF PLOVDIV PUB http://www.plovdiv.bg