As part of the European Cybersecurity Month campaign, the Cybersecurity Week Luxembourg will be held from 18-28 October 2021 – hoping to be back to its on-site version this year.

Bringing together cybersecurity experts, IT players & Tech enthusiasts

For the 5th time this year, this campaign will be key for all players of the information security and data privacy sectors in order to raise awareness on cybersecurity as well as promote, strengthen and expand the Luxembourg Cybersecurity ecosystem.

This campaign will further support the national economy’s initiative to help businesses, SMEs, and individuals recognise the value of their data as well as adopt best practices.

An exciting program addressing a wide range of topics will be unveiled soon, including, but not limited to, Encryption Europe, and the Cybersecurity Week Gala.

Events & agenda will be released soon at

Join the campaign!


Historic or new partners, infosec start-ups, public & private organisations, experts & Tech enthusiasts are kindly invited to join the campaign.


Cybersecurity is not only one of the greatest challenges of the digital economy, but it has also become a real area of great potential in terms of new skills, jobs and growth. It is regularly highlighted as one of the most important trends of this decade, beyond the scope of the ICT industry. The Cybersecurity Week Luxembourg is the milestone for all professionals to learn, network, and initiate new opportunities.


  • Become a sponsor. For more information about the sponsor packages, contact the organisation team at
  • Organise an event. For more information, contact the organisation team at
  • Promote information security within your organisation and raise awareness amongst your employees with the Awareness Kit (Trust Box) created by CASES (Cyberworld Awareness and Security Enhancements Services). Awareness Kit available here, free of charge.
  • Promote the Internet of Things campaign within your organisation and raise awareness of the risks of the numerous connected devices that are part of our daily lives.


Any question? Contact the organisation team at