COMPACT (COmpetitive Methods to protect local PA from Cybersecurity Threats) is a EU-funded project, that aims to strengthen the cyber-resilience of local public administrations (LPAs). The tools, COMPACT will offer to achieve this encompass risk assessment tools, educations services, monitoring services and knowledge sharing services.
In order to fulfil its mission, COMPACT sets the following objectives:
COMPACT project innovates at technological level and at process level which is an important dimension in engaging LPAs’ employees in the improvement of cyber-resilience.
COMPACT will develop a comprehensive set of tools and services, specifically tailored to the cyber security needs of LPAs organizations, that will enable them to address the human factor in cyber in its multiple dimensions. The platform will be based on an easy-to-use interface and features of awareness raising and training, adapted to personnel with limited IT skills.
These solutions will be delivered in an integrated platform characterised by high degrees of usability and automation. Since cloud computing is an emerging trend in PAs’ ICT strategy, all COMPACT techniques, solutions, tools, and services will be cloud-enabled and cloud-ready.
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