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On Thursday 12 October 2017, Luxembourg’s Secretary of State for Economy, Francine Closener, participated in the official opening of the C3, the national competence centre in cybersecurity. This structure is based in part on the experience, skills and know-how acquired by government initiatives such as CASES (promotion of information security in companies) and CIRCL (coordination and post-incidents), both of which are part of the national security promotion platform Securitymadein.lu.

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Luxembourg – Portugal: Strengthening start-up relationships

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The Portuguese and Luxembourg start-up ecosystems were in the spotlight on 11 May 2022 at an event organised in the context of the currently ongoing Luxembourg state visit to Portugal. As well as highlighting the strengths of both ecosystems, the event provided an opportunity to deepen cooperation links.
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Luxembourg’s “Little Switzerland” becomes a UNESCO Global Geopark

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The Mullerthal region, known as Little Switzerland due to its hilly landscapes and rock formations, is one of Luxembourg’s most fascinating regions offering spectacular scenery and historical sites. The Mëllerdall Nature and Geopark has recently been awarded the UNESCO Global Geopark label, a recognition of its unique geological features.
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Small countries with strong impact

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Israel is widely renowned as a dynamic start-up nation. Yael Idan, Business Development Manager at LTIO Tel Aviv, speaks about the similarities between the Israeli and Luxembourg start-up ecosystems and about why Luxembourg can be an attractive springboard to Europe for companies from Israel.
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Luxembourg has 3rd largest share of ICT specialists in the EU

06-05-2022

Over the past decade, the number of ICT specialists in the EU has increased by over 50%. Luxembourg is one of the countries with the highest proportion of ICT specialists in its workforce.
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New cyber policy Chair at the University of Luxembourg

05-05-2022

Together with the Directorate of Defence of the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, the University of Luxembourg will establish a Chair in cyber policy. The Chair, which reflects the importance given to digitalisation and cybersecurity in Luxembourg, is established for a period of five years beginning in September 2022.
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