Alke' partner in EU funded research project

Alke' partner in EU funded research project FORTIKA



Alke' is industrial partner of FORTIKA project which is supported by a consortium of 16 partners from 9 different EU countries. The main purposes of this project are:

  • Protect and minimise SMEs from cyber attacks exposure.
  • Help them identify, acquire and use the right solution with cyber incidents.




Alke' - Fortika Meeting



Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises are the most exposed to cyber threats and increasingly unprepared to face them.
As estimated, the percentage of targeted attacks was 60% in 2015, at the same time 430 million pieces of malware have been discovered.
The project’s innovative idea is an hybrid solution that combines hardware and software with the needs of enterprises.
The hybrid solution consists of a security “seal” for European SMEs that will reinforce trust and facilitate the adoption of new digital technologies.
FORTIKA industry partners will launch on the market a new generation of cyber-security products and related services tailored to each individual enterprise’s necessity.
The FORTIKA project will also make business users save unnecessary and costly efforts to find the appropriate solution of specific cyber behavioral risks and threats.

Fortika - EU Horizon 2020

The FORTIKA objectives

Provide tailored cyber security insights according to each SME needs.  
Create a B2B cyber security marketplace where SMEs can be addressed with a variety of existing products / services from a wide range of security solution providers.  
Offer a cyber security services and intelligence with a novel architecture that can be adapted and dynamically adjusted to the changing needs of SMEs.  
Detect and assess the risk level through behavioral analysis that will automatically implement appropriate solutions.  



Download the Fortika flyer.
For more details on FORTIKA project see:
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under grant agreement no 740690.
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