Cyber Wales on the International Stage

Cyber Wales has collaborations with more than 30 ecosystems worldwide

Providing a Soft Landing in Wales - a Gateway to Europe

Cyber Wales provides a comprehensive Soft Landing Programme for people and/or organisations wishing to visit, collaborate, test the UK and European market or relocate.

Candidates produce a brief prospectus (which we will help to fine tune, it will be shared with the members of the Cyber Wales Ecosystem and if any people or companies volunteer to assist, then arrangements will be made to commence a Soft Landing Project.

Offerings would typically include:-

  • 6 hours 1-1 time with a Cyber Wales mentor over a 1-2 month period
  • Introduction to/setting up of 8 meetings for soft-landers with relevant potential business partners, which can include but not limited to: potential resellers and customers, business partners, incubators and academics.
  • 10 days physical desk space (should this be permitted in the circumstances)
  • Introduction to VC/funders where relevant
  • Introduction to regional development and other government agencies where relevant
  • Invitation to speak at suitable events
  • Inclusion on a mailing list for in-country relevant information

Cyber Wales is a Qualified Issuer accredited by the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO)

Cyber Wales is very proud to be the only Qualified Issuer of the coveted "Cybersecurity Made in Europe" label in the UK. This new initiative from the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) was launched in July 2020 and Cyber Wales are one of 11 founding Partners including cyber ecosystems from Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Poland, Denmark, Finland and Bulgaria.

The key purpose of the Label ‘Cybersecurity Made in Europe’ is to serve as an industry-driven marketing instrument to promote qualified European-based cybersecurity companies and increase their commercial exposure far beyond their traditional home markets. European cybersecurity companies from the European Union Member States (EU27), the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and European Economic Area (EEA) countries, as well as the United Kingdom (UK) will be eligible to apply for the Label.

More information about how cybersecurity companies in the UK can apply for this can be found here.

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