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Consortium members involved in the
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Whalebone (CZ)

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Whalebone is a cybersecurity company founded in 2016 in Brno, Czech republic – the major central European tech hub. With its security products, the company currently protects millions of people worldwide through telcos, ISPs , as well as company networks all over the world. Since all of Whalebone's products operate on the network DNS level, we can protect all the connected devices, including the IoT and other devices that are otherwise difficult or impossible to protect. On top of that, all of this happens in the simplest possible way, so that everyone gets a chance to be seamlessly protected.


Sztaki (HUN)

The primary task of HUN-REN SZTAKI is to perform basic and application-oriented research in an interdisciplinary setting in the fields of computer science, engineering, IT, intelligent systems, process control, multimedia, and wide area networking. The institute also provides the technical base for HunCERT, a specialized team that aims to assist Hungarian ISPs in the proactive management of network incidents, while raising public awareness about cyber security.

Abilab (IT)

ABI Lab is a consortium of banks and companies whose mission is to analyse and promote  innovation in the Italian banking sector. Through its Centres of Excellence, ABI Lab conducts  primary research in key areas including, Digital Transformation, Fintech, Blockchain/DLT,  Cybersecurity, AI, IT and Operations and SustainableTransition.


The main responsibility of DNSC is to ensure the cyber security of the national civilian cyberspace, in collaboration with the competent institutions and authorities. DNSC is the competent authority at the national level for the national civilian cyberspace, including the management of risks and cyber incidents.

Nask (PL)

The CERT Polska team operates within the structures of NASK (Research and Academic Computer Network) — a research institute which conducts scientific studies, operates the national .pl domain registry and provides advanced IT services.

Cvut (CZ)

The Czech Technical University in Prague is one of the largest and oldest technical universities in Europe. The AI Center (AIC) is an excellent research institution covering a wide range of artificial intelligence research with strong emphasis on applications. We cover the following research areas and application domains: robotics, machine learning, optimization, cybersecurity and smart mobility.

Cz.nic (CZ)

CZ.NIC is an interest association of legal entities founded in 1998 by leading providers of Internet services in the Czech Republic. The principal activities include operation of the CZ domain registry and DNS servers for the CZ top-level domain (TLD). Besides the domain name registry, the Association is strongly involved in research and development, cyber security, standardisation activities as well as promoting new technologies.

Desec (GER)

deSEC's mission is to enhance the security of online data transmission, by spreading the seamless use of state-of-the-art encryption technology. The NGO’s main project is developing and operating a free, modern, DNSSEC-enabled, managed DNS service. In addition, deSEC is involved in DNS standards development, focusing on automation of security aspects.

Time.lex (BE)

Timelex is a boutique law firm based in Brussels, specialized in information and technology law in the broadest sense, including privacy protection, data and information management, e-business, intellectual property and telecommunications. Its activities cover all legal issues encountered in the creation, management and exploitation of information and technology, in all of its diverse forms.

Associated partners are:

Centro Nacional de Ciberseguranca (PT)
Ministry of Electronic Governance (BG)

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