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European Cyber Agora

An inclusive multistakeholder initiative for a digital Europe

The interconnected nature of cyberspace requires enhanced collaboration between stakeholders and across sectors. As recognized in the recent EU Cybersecurity Strategy, a more inclusive dialogue and more regular & structured multi-stakeholder engagement are needed to develop and implement a coherent and holistic cyber policy that promotes a free, open and secure cyberspace and protects fundamental rights and freedoms.

The European Cyber Agora is a multi-stakeholder platform bridging the gap between government, civil society and industry across Europe to shape the European cybersecurity policy agenda and identify European perspectives on global cybersecurity policy debates. It promotes collaboration across sectors including diverse voices and contributes to evidence-based cybersecurity policymaking through research-based and outcome-oriented engagement.


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The European Cyber Agora 2021 is facilitated by Microsoft, the German Marshall Fund of the United States and
EU Cyber Direct.


The resulting policy recommendations supplement international multi-stakeholder efforts such as the UN (, the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) and the recently created Working Groups of the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace, and feed into national, European and international cyber policy discussions.

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With a vibrant community of civil society organizations and vast cybersecurity expertise across its universities, think tanks, and industry, Europe has strong foundations to build on and to develop regular and structured exchanges among interested stakeholders. We believe it is time for having an inclusive, sustainable, and structured multistakeholder engagement alongside the implementation process of the EU Cybersecurity Strategy. The European Cyber Agora is jointly implemented through a community of stakeholders that wants achieve this goal.

The European Cyber Agora and its community of supporters are designed in an open, transparent and inclusive format. On our path toward the launch event in June, we encourage and welcome interested stakeholders from across all sectors to join the community and contribute to a successful launch, to reach out!

Moving forward, we would like to see a broad range of stakeholders to be included and contribute to the further conceptual and thematic development of European Cyber Agora. We welcome all of you to become part of the community that will further develop this initiative in the months and years to come. We’re keen on exploring together with Europe’s cyber security policy community how we can support and elevate voices from across Europe and identify a suitable framework to connect the right ideas with the right people. If this sparks your interest, contact us and we’d be happy to include you more closely into the initiative.

Currently, the involved partners include: