R7.1 Stakeholders Analysis (Confidential)
The Stakeholder Analysis document was aimed to identify and develop a comprehensive map of all stakeholders that have either a direct or indirect interest, influence, and impact, at local, regional, national, and European levels. This analysis is used to inform the communication, dissemination and exploitations plans and strategies, allowing the development of tailored approaches based on the stakeholders’ level of influence and importance. This report focuses on those categories of stakeholders considered as the most relevant in the field of Cybersecurity, based on the project goals and objectives, namely: End Users-ICT Professionals; VET providers & Networks; Academia/ Research Institutes; Industrial/ Sectorial partners/Companies/Industry Associations; Certification & Standardization Bodies; Governments/ Authorities/ Policymakers.
R7.2 Targeting key policymakers (Confidential)
The main objective of the Targeting Key Policymakers document was to develop a map of the key policy makers that have either a direct or indirect interest, influence, and impact in the REWIRE project and to determine these levels of influence and importance in order to inform the dissemination and exploitation strategies and plans. The mapping will also be used in Task 5.4 related to policy recommendations targeting the entities and individuals mapped. It consisted in a three-fold process, namely: (1) mapping stakeholders broadly speaking, i.e. policy makers involved in decision-making processes related to either education and training or cybersecurity; (2) identifying level of importance and influence, and (3) analysis of the information collected and distribution of stakeholders in 4 different groups, based on the level of influence and importance.
R7.3 Dissemination Plan (Confidential)
The aim of the Dissemination plan is to establish and run the highest possible visibility and communication infrastructure of the project. The dissemination activities, which have been planned based on an initial dissemination roadmap are structured in a way that serves this objective. In all stages of the project (beginning of the project, design of the European Cybersecurity Blueprint, Blueprint Toolbox – Tools, end of the project and after the implementation of it), primary, secondary and key stakeholders will be reached out through communication material and channels (logos that have been created; website that is linked to the social media pages of the REWIRE project; websites and social media of partners which will be used as a communicator; newsletters; flyers; posters; banners; fiches; policy recommendations; networking and synergies with all types of stakeholders).
R7.4 REWIRE website (Public – Website link)
R7.5 Portfolio of dissemination material (Public – Media corner)
The REWIRE dissemination portfolio includes a brochure, a poster, a banner, templates for short articles about the project and the finalised deliverables in MS Word format together with the template for short presentations in MS PowerPoint format to be used for dissemination at project meetings, events, conferences, etc. The different templates and graphic designed documents are created in such a way that the content could be easily translatable in all EU languages. They have originally been created in English and consequently translated in German and French so that they are available in all EU official languages (EN, FR, DE). Following a first version of the flyer created at the beginning of the project implementation stating its objectives and foreseen activities, a new one will be created in a second stage at the end of the project implementation stating its results.
R7.6 REWIRE International conference (Public)
R7.7 Exploitation Plan (Confidential)