What Europe's SMEs need to do for a cyber-secure future

For most SMEs, cybersecurity issues can have serious negative impacts on their business within a week of occurring

Alba Perez Grandi

Communications Officer, ENISA

Anna Sarri

Cybersecurity Officer, ENISA

Viktor Paggio

Seconded National Expert, ENISA


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