As we now rely on digital services for almost every activity in our daily lives, they need to be available, dependable and secure. But can the EU collectively achieve some level of cybersecurity autonomy? After an extended period of fragmentation, the EU is now coming together and raising its game in cybersecurity technology development and digital sovereignty, while attempting to preserve its intrinsic diversity. Leveraging the H2020 programme, the EU has provided a total of €64 million in funding to the projects CONCORDIA, ECHO, CyberSec4Europe and SPARTA (of which INESC is part of the Strategic Direction Board) as pilots for a European Cybersecurity Competence Network. Read the full article on Science Business.