Democratizing a Cyber Security Toolkit for SMEs & MEs

Helping SMEs and MEs analyse, forecast and manage cyber security and data protection risks

Project Partners


6 October 2021

The CyberKit4SME brochure

To learn more about the @cyberkit4sme  project, check out our new brochure. Scope, objectives, motivations, and impact, are all there. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information or to collaborate:  Our goal is to provide cyber security tools that help SMEs and MEs become aware of, analyze, forecast, and manage cyber […]

25 June 2021

New Publications Available

Socio-technical Cybersecurity Risk Assessment diagram

Two new publications are available to read. Paper 1 New publication on how SMEs can improve their cybersecurity practices by applying and combining the use of the Customer Journey Modelling Language (CJML) and the System Security Modeller (SSM). The paper can be found in here and is published in the Proceedings of the 16th International […]

22 January 2021

Just-in-Time Cybersecurity

Cyber security padlock

We’re all increasingly aware that criminals are exploiting the virtual environment in a variety of ways, sometimes tricking individuals to reveal sensitive information or holding their data literally to ransom. So, we’re all encouraged to go online with caution, to update software regularly, install virus scanners and firewalls, and to be suspicious of unsolicited items […]


Making SMEs more cyber-resilient

The project will use its tools and cyber range demos to train SMEs/MEs to identify their top threats and recognise and address them with greater confidence. Results will be validated by SME/ME in four critical sectors.

The developed toolkit will consist of:

Offline risk modelling tools

to support ISO 27005 risk analysis and privacy and data protection ‘by design’

Online cyber security risk monitoring

based on collaborative security intelligence and event management (SIEM) tool

Affordable and easy-to-use services

to guarantee the security and integrity of data.

Incident reporting and security intelligence sharing

supported by a secure, privacy-aware blockchain framework


Cyberkit4SME will contribute to create a trustworthy EU digital environment benefitting all economic and social actors by:


SMEs and MEs to become strong links in the cyber security chain underpinning the EU digital environment;


the security of SME/ME services, data and infrastructures;


security, privacy and personal data protection;


the damage caused by cyber attacks and data protection breaches.

Read the latest publication

It’s Not My Problem: How Healthcare Models relate to SME Cybersecurity Awareness

Abstract: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) make up a significant part of European economies. They are often described as poorly place to deal with cyber risks though because of resource constraints or commercial interests. Providing appropriate tooling would facilitate a greater appreciation of the risks and provide mitigation strategies. In a series of workshops demonstrating […]

4 months ago

It’s Not My Problem: How Healthcare Models relate to SME Cybersecurity Awareness snippet