Secure Societies (SEC)

Secure Societies (SEC)

The Secure Societies Work Programme is divided into the areas as defined by the European Commission - Protecting the critical infrastructure of Europe (INFRA); disaster resilient societies (DRS); fight against crime and terrorism (FCT); border and external security (BES); and digital security (DS - Cyber).

 

ISERD offers a recording of the webinar held 17/03/2020 detailing the various 2020 open calls with a deadline of 27/08/2020, as well as general tips for submission, explanations on the different proposal sections and additional information.

Success Stories

As organised crime and terrorist networks grow, aided by encrypted online communications and the 'dark web', an EU-funded project is developing new…
This includes the areas of Border and External Security (BES), Fight against…
The aim is to protect the infrastructure of Europe and the people in European…
The aim is cybersecurity, digital privacy and data protection.
The aim is to scale up Artificial Intelligence (AI) capacities of LEAs across…

Updates

Cascade Funding, also known as Financial Support for Third Parties (FSTP), is a European Commission mechanism to simplify the administrative procedures by allowing some EU-funded projects to issue open calls for further funding
Being an expert for the European Commission – Current experts share their experience

Useful Information

Tools, presentations, links and other materials to help you with your Secure Societies proposal

H2020 Material

The document gives guidelines to all projects regarding the ethical considerations and issues related to research data in Horizon 2020 projects

Contact

Danny Seker
Director: Information & Communication Technologies (ICT), Future & Emerging Technologies (FET), Secure Societies (SEC)
+972-52-7334127
Talia Passiar
National Contact Point (NCP) - Head of Sector Secure Societies (SEC)

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