The University of Applied Sciences in Walcz (Poland) together with partners Witeno GmbH (Germany), Blue Science Park (Sweden) and Klaipeda Chamber of Commerce Industry and Crafts (Lithuania) are implementing the seed money project ”Increase the competitiveness of SME’s from the South Baltic area by increasing the cyber security and trustiness competences ”acronym project #StayCyberSafe.
The #StayCyberSafe project is funded by the Interreg V-A Poland – Denmark – Germany – Lithuania – Sweden (South Baltic) Program 2014-2020 and aims to develops the idea linked with the Program Measures of the Interreg South Baltic Program 2021 – 2027.
We believe that the implementation of the main project that the cyber security competences of SME’s and also of interested other stakeholders (e.g. NGO’s and public authorities) will be increased. In this way also the trustworthiness for international cooperation of actors in the South Baltic will raise.
For more information about this projekt – contact Mårten Holmberg at Blue Science Park