Published December 23, 2021 | Version Preprint
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Practical Autonomous Cyberhealth for resilient Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises

  • 1. Infili Technologies, Greece
  • 2. i2CAT Foundation, Spain
  • 3. University of Murcia, Spain
  • 4. ORION Innovations, Greece
  • 5. SferaIT, Slovenia
  • 6. UBITECH
  • 7. Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  • 8. NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH, Germany
  • 9. inCITES Consulting SARL
  • 10. Telefonica I+D, Spain
  • 11. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, United Kingdom
  • 12. Space Hellas S.A.
  • 13. Space Hellas S.A
  • 14. Hellenic Army Academy, Greece
  • 15. DBC Europe


The EU-funded PALANTIR project proposes a cybersecurity framework combining privacy assurance, data protection, incident detection and recovery aspects under the same platform. The project main focus is on cyber-resilience of SMEs and compliance with the relevant data privacy and protection regulations. The outcomes of the project will be validated in diverse application areas (eHealth, eCommerce, 5GMEC) and will provide enterprises with security tools that will boost their resilience at a reasonable cost to protect their assets in the ever evolving cyber threat range.



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PALANTIR – Practical Autonomous Cyberhealth for resilient SMEs & Microenterprises 883335
European Commission