In Covid-19, General

Survey on cybersecurity challenges for SMEs: A review on how businesses in the EU are preparing for and coping with cyber threats.

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA, is launching a survey for EU SMEs to share their feedback on their state of digital security and preparedness for crises such as COVID-19. The survey asks respondents to identify their main cybersecurity challenges and their level of preparedness to cope with the most common threats. The survey is open until the 15th of September.

Findings will be published later this year in the form of a good practice guide. This will provide advice that will focus on how businesses can successfully overcome digital challenges in a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic and how they can better prepare themselves for similar crises in the future.

Participate to the survey

 

News in the Category View all news

How are you getting ready for the end of the Brexit transition period?

After the decision to leave the European Union, the United Kingdom and the EU have agreed on a transition period, which will last until 31 December 2020. The end of such period will have major consequences for European businesses trading with the UK. For instance, tax and customs procedures will change. Therefore, small businesses and […]

Public procurement in EU countries

Contact points and portals for procurement information in EU countries.

Do you want to import products from non EU countries into the European Union?

If you want to import a product from a non European country into the European Union, you need to comply with import rules and taxes. The Trade Helpdesk is specially designed for businesses based outside the EU or importing into the EU. You’ll find all you need to know about exporting to the EU, including: health, […]

Start typing and press Enter to search