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CYBERSECURITY FOR MICROENTERPRISES AND SMEs: ADAPTING CONCRETE TRAINING SOLUTIONS TO THEIR NEEDS

Officially launched at the very end of 2020, Cyber MSME is an international project co-founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission. The project gathers together six partner from 5 different countries (Belgium, Italy, Poland, Romania and Spain) that throughout the following two years will work together to develop, test, consolidate and establish training solutions and operative guidelines to support EU SMEs with their strategic priorities in the domain of digital readiness cyber-efficacy
Out of the four major output discussed during proposal, one has already been achieved: the Cyber MSME’s OER (Open Education Resource) Platform.
The platform guarantees for the online visibility of the project and, most importantly, the showcase of all major milestones achieved by the strategic partners in the 24-months of project implementation.
Each section of the platform stands as the digital repository of data and resources available for users; published in multilanguage version and freely accessible (i.e. no sort of log-in credentials will be ever required).

Particularly relevant are both the MAPPING and TRAINING pages; formal e-archive of the transnational analysis conducted upon the status of cyber resilience among European SMEs and the training tolls elaborated consistently with the results emerging from the previous.
The NEWS section will be updated on need basis with project’s progresses and other relevant information coming from the EU cyber-ecosystem; both public and private stakeholders operating in the mentioned domain can easily remain updated with Cyber MSMEs’ development by joining the ASSOCIATES of the project, enlarging its “community of practicing” and contributing proactively to its dissemination and international visibility

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