Focused on small and medium-sized enterprises
Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and digital transformation is key to their sustainable growth. Similarly, medium-sized businesses must continuously look for ways to access digital opportunities. However, their use also carries with it the risks of cyber threats. That this is a topical issue is demonstrated, for example, by regular reports from the National Cyber and Information Security Agency. However, getting to grips with what the cybersecurity landscape encompasses may not be easy, as it is constantly changing and also encompasses a range of areas - from technology, to processes and law, to employee training.
That is why many Czech companies welcome the opportunity to have an expert guide such as CyberSecurityHubcz. The only really essential condition for using its services is an active approach on the part of the company. In practice, it all starts with the interested party contacting the Hub, and following this, representatives of the company meet with Hub experts for initial consultations. The initial consultation includes the first service, the so-called Cybersecurity Assessment. This is a process where potential risks are identified and bottlenecks in the company's cybersecurity are sought. The Hub's experts then propose a set of recommendations and subsequent relevant services that can help the business in its situation.
The portfolio of services offered by CyberSecurityHubcz experts is really wide, including:
- employee training,
- consulting on strategies and business models,
- help in finding digital opportunities,
- research collaboration,
- networking with funders and technology solution providers as well as other digital hubs focused on, for example, AI or industrial innovation.
The company then takes the recommended services until the end of the cooperation, which takes the form of a final reflection and feedback. The main advantage for Czech companies is the possibility of using the expertise and experience of experts from several organizations, including three top universities (Masaryk University, Brno University of Technology and Czech Technical University in Prague). Thanks to CyberSecurityHubcz, everything takes place in set cooperation mechanisms and there is no need to address each organization separately.