REWIRE partners from 10 countries: Tecnico Lisboa (Portugal), Technical University of Crete (Greece), Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania), Universitat Ramon Llull Fundacio (Spain), Masaryk University (Czech Republic), Apiroplus Solutions (Greece), TELECOM SudParis (France), LRQA Hellas SA (Greece), BME – Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary), European University Cyprus (Cyprus), Université de Lorraine (France), NRD Cyber Security (Lithuania), Cyprus Certification Company (Cyprus), ReadLab (Greece), CaixaBank (Spain), AMC (Greece), EKT (Lithuania), Brno University of Technology (Slovakia), EVTA (Belgium) and EfVET (Belgium), gathered in Barcelona, Spain, from 14 to 15 June, to discuss ongoing project activities and the overall progress of the project. The 5th plenary meeting was hosted by REWIRE partner, CaixaBank.
Day 1 was a long and productive day. Partners discussed about the current status and remaining tasks regarding the release of the European Cybersecurity Blueprint T3.6 (WP3). In addition, partners presented ideas about potential collaborations and participation in European Networks and Initiatives. As for WP5, updates were given on ongoing deliverables of T5.1, the CyberABILITY platform, reoccurring deliverables of T5.3 and T5.4, and T5.2 and T5.5. Regarding dissemination (WP7), a critical review took place during which partners discussed upcoming dissemination activities and how to reach WP7 indicators. WP4 was the last agenda item of the day consisting of short updates on ongoing WP4 deliverables (Training Framework, Study guide and content) and parallel sessions to finalise the course material linked to the 4 identified occupational profiles.
Day 2 started with the meeting of the Management Board, where WP1 and WP6 leaders raised important points about the the project’s progress. The second part of the day was filled with presentations of other ongoing WP4 deliverables followed by a demo of the KYPO Cyber Range Platform, a state of the art virtual environment for the hands-on capabilities of the REWIRE courses. At the end of the meeting, REWIRE partners agreed with the work allocation during summer and commited to an increased effort.