Assess your cybersecurity approach and prepare yourself for a real risk scenario

In our daily business lives, digital tools are becoming much more commonplace in the workplace but many of us are unaware of potential exposure to cyber risks.
On top of this, we have such a wide choice of IT platforms and tools to choose from, often making it hard to know which ones offer the best protection against cyber threats.
To help overcome barriers to cybersecurity, four European Funded Projects have co-created a self-assessment tool that allows SMEs from any sector to test their knowledge and awareness of basic security concepts.
This online assessment, located externally from CYBERWISER.eu website, is specifically designed to help SMEs find gaps in their practical knowledge and implement the improvements they need for greater protection.


Anyone who successfully completes the assessment will receive a certificate.

 

 

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The 4 IT Projects that created this tool

The idea of creating a self-assessment tool in order to highlight the gaps knowledge of IT Professionals came from 4 EU Projects:

  • CyberSec4Europe the project activities range from combining formal, professional and non-traditional cybersecurity skills;

  • Cyberwatching.eu provides a European cybersecurity and privacy Marketplace;

  • SMESEC proposes a cost-effective framework composed of specific cyber-security tool-kits to support SMEs;

  • CYBERWISER.eu delivers a flexible, risk-centred, capacity-building platform, combining a theoretical and practical approach to cybersecurity with innovative features (including a cutting edge cyber range).

 

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