The European Organisation for Security (EOS) is the voice of the European security industry and research community. Operating in 15 different countries, EOS Members provide security research, solutions, and services across many security domains, including cyber, crisis management, border and transport.
EOS Members include major industry players, SMEs, research centres and universities from across the whole business cycle: from technology R&D, equipment manufacturing, and system integration, to service providers, and end-users.
EOS’ main objective is the development of an harmonised European security market in line with political, societal and economic needs through the efficient use of budgets. EOS works towards achieving a better level of technology independence for European strategic autonomy, supporting the development and use of European reference solutions and growth of a genuine European industry.
EOS supports its Members work by providing access to business opportunities, by promoting at the highest level the implementation of innovative solutions in priority areas like cybersecurity, border control, crisis management, protection of critical infrastructures, and SSD (security screening and detection systems).
EOS represents the interests and expertise of its Members involved in providing security technology Solutions and Services. We provide to our Members synergetic added value across different sectors, where single Member, for different reasons, cannot provide alone a European impact.