On 1 April, a new subsidy of 1 Million euro was launched by the Dutch ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy for ideas or plans to work on the cyber resilience of enterprises in the Netherlands, focusing on non-critical sectors. The subsidy amounts to 50 percent of the eligible costs, with a maximum of € 200,000 per cyber resilience plan.
The subsidy offers cyber resilience networks the opportunity to get started with making companies resistant against digital threats. In such a cyber resilience network, entrepreneurs can collaborate on increasing cyber resistance with other organisations within and between non-critical sectors and regions.
The aim of this subsidy is to increase the digital resilience of entrepreneurs by stimulating partnerships in the field of cyber security.
Read more about the subsidy scheme in the Staatscourant (in Dutch).