Cybersecurity Germany

Partners for International Business: Germany and the Netherlands 

Advancing global cybersecurity ambitions together

Cybersecurity is on top of the agenda for Germany and the Netherlands respectively for the coming years. With the rapid nature of digitalisation and the global challenge to secure smart industries, the importance of advancing future-proof cybersecurity together is apparent.

To secure Europe with trusted European technology, we must work together!

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Together, we can build trusted European solutions for Cybersecurity

As security is cross border, we can mutually benefit from strengthening ties between our cybersecurity ecosystems. Cybersecurity is of developing importance as societies will increasingly revolve around digitalised systems and hence a constant maintenance of protection is required. Threat intelligence and swift action to maintain European and global security is possible through a unified approach.

The Netherlands can be a partner to Germany in meeting its ambition to continue providing state-of-the-art cybersecurity solutions. Operational Technology, Internet of Things, and secure government and business communications are fields that stand to gain from this partnership.

Interconnected markets allow for short lines of communication between experts in the field. Apart from bolstering security, it will enable a sustained flow of business and knowledge exchange. Market growth, the creation of new jobs, and scaling up ongoing relations between German and Dutch companies is the expected outcome on both sides of the border.

A cluster for solutions and partnership

This public-private partnership brings together a carefully selected cluster of innovative Dutch cybersecurity companies. The cluster is enthusiastic to contribute solutions for bottlenecks and provide expertise where necessary. In this manner they are capable of adding value to ongoing German projects.

Germany’s ransomware and attack information, risk management, and trusted data sharing projects are just some of the beneficiaries of this. Through sharing best practices the need to secure cities and infrastructure, protect individual citizen data, and create a safe online work environment is accounted for. 

Maintaining confidentiality, integrity, and the availability of secure data/networks are what links the various niche capabilities of companies in this cluster. Their aim is to provide a one-stop-shop for cybersecurity partnerships to their German counterparts. When working collaboratively we can support economic development and human wellbeing through cybersecurity. 

Together, we are able to identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover from cyber threats to Europe.