Our membership

ENISA is the EU’s response to security issues of the European Union. As such, it is the ‘pacemaker’ for Information Security in Europe. ENISA is helping the European Commission, the Member States and the business community to address, respond and especially to prevent Network and Information Security problems. ENISA is as a body of expertise, set up by the EU to carry out very specific technical, scientific tasks in the field of Information Security.


World Wide Web Foundation is an organization dedicated to the improvement and availability of the World Wide Web. The mission of the organization is “to advance One Web that is free and open”, “to expand the Web’s capability and robustness” and “to extend the Web’s benefits to all people on the planet”.The foundation employs three programs, Web Science and Research, Web Technology and Practice and Web for Society, to reach the objectives of the organization.


Launched in November 2008, the BizSpark program is designed to help accelerate the success of entrepreneurs and early-stage startups globally. The program provides fast and easy access to current, full-featured software development tools and platforms, and a connection to over 2,000 BizSpark Network Partners – including university incubators, hosters, government agencies, investors, consultants and financial institutions – all with a common goal of supporting entrepreneurship.