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Binalyze joins forces with ECHO Project

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Binalyze is delighted to announce we are joining the EU’s ECHO Network project as a vendor, making us the first Digital Forensics and Incident Response participant in this network.

This is a big accomplishment that will unlock lots of partnerships in the EU with innovative approaches while we are revolutionizing the Digital Forensics industry. We look forward to providing our solutions and expertise to assist the ECHO Network project toward the achievement of its objectives.

The main objective of the ECHO is to strengthen the proactive cyber defence of the European Union, enhancing Europe’s technological sovereignty through effective and efficient multi-sector and multi-domain collaboration. The project will develop a European Cybersecurity ecosystem, to support secure cooperation and development of the European market, as well as to protect the citizens of the European Union against cyber threats and incidents.

As a key pillar of the delivery of these objectives, the following operational systems and assets will also be delivered as part of the ECHO project:

  • The ECHO Early Warning System (E-EWS) – provides a mechanism for partners to share incidents, trends, and other relevant cybersecurity data to trusted partners within the network of cybersecurity competence centers;

  • The ECHO Federated Cyber Range (E-FCR) – provides realistic environments for conducting experimentation, exercises, research, and prototype testing, enables the combination of multiple scenarios from different content providers, and is a focal point for training and expertise.

Binalyze is confident that our digital forensic solutions that are natively remote, automated, and scalable can provide tremendous practical and tactical value to both of these systems and we look forward to working together with ECHO and its other partners in the pursuit of that aim.

Additional expected outcomes of the ECHO Network include:

  • ECHO targets practical use of outcomes to offer technologies and services having increased cyber-resilience by sector and among inter-dependent partners

  • Use of the ECHO Federation of Cyber Ranges (E-FCR) for experimental simulation of cyberattack scenarios, pre-production testing, product evaluations

  • Combined use of the ECHO Federation of Cyber Ranges (E-FCR) and E-Cybersecurity Certification Scheme (E-CCS) for certified qualification testing of potential technologies required to meet customer specification

  • Use of ECHO Cybersecurity Certification Scheme (E-CCS) as a benchmark of cybersecurity certification to be obtained as a market differentiator

  • Use of the ECHO Early Warning System (E-EWS) to share early warnings of cybersecurity-related issues (e.g., vulnerabilities, malware, and trends, etc…)

  • Promotion of improved cyber skills through leveraging diverse education and training options made available by the E-Cybersecurity Skills Framework, particularly as it relates to security-by-design best practices.

For more information on the ECHO Network please visit