DTC Cyber Resilience Grant Reopens in September
Economic Affairs and Climate Minister Micky Adriaansens has announced that the Cyber Resilience Subsidy will also be available in 2023 for cyber resilience projects by collaborating organisations. This grant encourages private-public partnerships to implement plans that enhance digital resilience against cyber attacks within industries and regions in a sustainable manner. The 'Strengthening Cyber Resilience' grant scheme encourages companies in non-vital sectors to collaborate on cyber resilience.
An amount of 800,000 euros will be made available to the best project plans aimed at increasing the cyber resilience of companies in the Netherlands. The maximum support per project is 200,000 euros. The Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO) will ensure the implementation of this subsidy.
The Cyber Resilience Subsidy aims to promote the creation of new cyber resilience networks and support existing ones. Within these networks, entrepreneurs work together with other organisations to increase the cyber resilience of companies, both in and between non-vital industries, sectors and regions in the Netherlands.
Since the launch of the subsidy round in 2018, 31 collaborative projects have been funded.
Submit your cyber resilience plan
Do you have a good idea or plan for improving the cyber resilience of organisations in your industry, sector or region? If so, your project may be eligible for the 2023 Cyber Resilience grant. More information on the application process and conditions can be found on the RVO website.
On Monday 28 August an information meeting will be organised by the DTC and the RVO from 13:00 to 16:00 in The Hague. During this meeting, you will receive detailed information about the grant and the application process. More information about the location and how to register for the information meeting will follow shortly.
Plans can be submitted between 1 September and 16 October 2023.