Madrid, May 27, 2020 – The SMESEC consortium, coordinated by Atos Spain, released the first public version of the SMESEC Framework, a unified framework for SMEs.
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On May 24th, SMESEC and StandICT are coming together on a one-day workshop in Brussels, Belgium.
On January 15-16, the project partners of the SMESEC consortium gathered for the regular project management board meeting.
Aargauer Zeitung has cooperated with FHNW to disseminate information about the SMESEC project.
The proliferation and widespread use of open web proxies necessitate an approach to detect, understand and measure the extent of content modification by rogue proxies.
Despite the fact, that smart cities are growing very fast; security is still a big issue for them.
Worldsensing has an interaction with both large companies and SMEs to enhance security.
Botnets are one of the most common IoT attacks. So, IoT solutions should embrace security from the very beginning conception and design phase.
SMESEC continues growing interest in Spain.