• LSEC, the European ICT Security Cluster

    LSEC, the European ICT Security Cluster

    LSEC is the European ICT Security Cluster. Started in 2012 in Belgium, the cluster is now active in different countries in Europe supporting its members Read More
  • Mobile Security Solutions

    Mobile Security Solutions

    Mobile Security Solutions cover a wide range of topics related to the challenges posed by the use of mobile devices in an enterprise or government Read More
  • Cloud Security & SaaSification

    Cloud Security & SaaSification

    Securing the Cloud for effective Enterprise Cloud Computing Read More
  • Cyber Security – Active Defense

    Cyber Security – Active Defense

    Cyber Security has been a main theme for LSEC for almost a decade. The LSEC expertise varies from policies, system integration, tools and technologies, incident Read More
  • Internet of Things

    Internet of Things

    LSEC is supporting IoT technology development, Enterprise IoT and Industrial Internet  The Internet of Things is the internet of connected smart sensors and objects with Read More
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LSEC - Leaders In Security

Welcome to LSEC, an internationally renowned Information security cluster, a not for profit organization that has the objective to promote Information Security and the expertise in BeNeLux and Europe. Founded by the University of Leuven (K.U. Leuven), supported by European Commission FP7 and leading a unique PAN European Private partnership that interacts with Public Institutions, LSEC connects security industry experts, research institutes and universities, government agencies, end users, funding bodies and technical experts who are driving national and European research agendas. LSEC activities aim to raise cyber security awareness, support innovation and competitiveness of the European IT- Security market and promote the visibility of its members.

LSEC @ ENISA Validation Workshop - Market Study of NIS Products and Services

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ENISA is conducting a study focused on the understanding of the market outreach of Network and Information Security Products and Services in the context of the Digital Single Market. The aim is to improve the market growth for NIS Products and Services produced by EU companies, by leveraging the opportunities and tools offered by the DSM.

To validate the findings and recommendations of the study, ENISA organized a work meeting with a selected group of industry representatives. LSEC was present at the meeting, providing input based upon its own research, innovation support activities and recommendations towards policy makers from the IPACSO and FIRE projects, and representing the EU Cyber Security community and LSEC Members.

The purpose of this working meeting was to discuss around the current usage and limitations of NIS Products and Services, as well as emerging threats and trends in different market sectors. The objective is to propose recommendations to improve the market growth for NIS Products and Services produced by EU companies, by leveraging the opportunities offered by the Digital Single Market.

The meeting took take place in Brussels, on the 12th of October and was hosted by the European Commission. LSEC will continue to participate in these activities, provide relevant inputs supporting the EU Cyber Security sector, and publish the final recommendations and follow up actions from the European Commission.

Mapping Organized Crime in Cyber Security - TAKEDOWN

LSEC joined the Takedown Consortium, a multidisciplinary team of sociologists, psychologists, law, security and technology experts amongst others. Together they aim at generating novel insights on Organized Crime, Terrorism Networks and their use of Cybercrime. In order to meet this challenge and to investigate this complex field of research a multidimensional modelling approach is used. The resulting, proprietary TAKEDOWN Model describes social, psychological, economic aspects as well as further dimensions, activities and response approaches. A comprehensive empirical research combined with European and international expert knowledge ensures a valid and intuitive model for Security practioners, intelligence agencies and law enforcement. LSEC's experts can learn from models and operations which are also applied in cyber crimes. They can contribute with their expertise in operations of criminal behaviors and organised crime on the internet. Takedown is supported by the European Commission through the H2020 Program, and will run until 2019.

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For more information, please visit the LSEC - Takedown - website part.

LSEC Foundation Partner of European Cyber Security Pubic - Private Partnership


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Strassbourg, July 5th 2016: LSEC is one of the Foundation Partners of a public - private partnership on cyber security, launched by the European Commission today. The partnership is expected to trigger €1.8 billion of investment by 2020, and is part of a series of new initiatives to better equip Europe against cyber-attacks and to strengthen the competitiveness of its cybersecurity sector.

LSEC and 3IF at the High Level European Presidency Cyber Security Meeting in Amsterdam

May 11 - 13th, the High Level Cyber Security event, organised under the presidency of the Netherlands in Amsterdam was the closing event of the Cyber Security debates under the Dutch Presidency. Supervised and organised by the Ministry of Security and Justice, and presided by the NCSC, LSEC was invited by the Dutch Cyber Security Council to represent the Belgian Cyber Security Counci, an initiative by LSEC, Agoria, BELTUG, Febelfin, the Cyber Security Coalition and the Belgian CCB. For more information and background, published under EU.NL

http://english.eu2016.nl/documents/publications/2016/05/13/infographic-high-level-meeting-cyber-security

 

LSEC and 3IF at FHI - Production companies

May 10th, LSEC and 3IF were invited at FHI in the Netherlands to inform recent challenges and developments in ict security for production companies in process industries and manufactuing all together. Together with partners Toreon and Sirris, a great debate and discussion on the current and future challenges for industrial automation. Thanks to our partners FHI. 
For more information and downloads, go the Cyber Security for production and machine construction

LSEC Innovative Industrial Collaborations

 

LSEC coordinates and collaborates actively with its members in innovative industrial collaborations, where end user members and industrial ict security companies bring the best of their expertise, and learn about most innovative developments in Europe.  

3IF.be : Industrial Internet of Things, Industrie 4.0 and Industrial Internet for manufacturing companies, industrial automation and industry at large in combination with security expertise for IoT: www.3If.be

IPACSO : Innovation Framework for Cyber Security & Privacy Innovations, IPACSO Innovation Awards and business support for ICT Security companies 

ACDCCTI : the European Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform, with over 10 million vulnerabilities exchanged, from over 750 sensors in 28 European countries. 

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