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Be part of the community
and start sharing information and best practices
with European Local Public Administrations


COMPACT is a research project co-funded by European Commission supporting Local Public Administrations (LPAs) to improve their own cyber resilience by providing them with dedicated tools and services for removing security bottlenecks.
More specifically, COMPACT delivers easy-to-use Risk Assessment Tools, tailored for non-technical profiles, Security Awareness Training, educating through dedicated games about cyber-risks, Cyber Security Monitoring Services, activating alerts about anomalies and guidance on possible solutions, and Knowledge Sharing Services, among them, the COMPACT Information Hub. This is an online space open to private organisations, public administrations, CERTs, policy makers and individuals to create and enhance collective knowledge about cybersecurity.

Benefits for the LPAs

  • Get further understanding about the LPAs concerns and perceived level of exposure to cyber threats;
  • Get inspiration from the best practices published by the European local public administrations part of the community and turn them into best practice for your adoption
  • Provide your employees with an instrument dedicated to improve their knowledge and awareness about cyber security
  • Receive our weekly security pills: an easy way to get short behavioral tips to prevent cyber threats from occurring

Who is part of the community?

Create connections with LPAs in Europe: more than 91 people already joined.
The LPAs part of the community are Donostia San Sebastián Municipality (Spain), Bologna Municipality (Italy), Amadora Municipality (Italy), Regione Lazio (Italy), Afragola Municipality (Portugal), Regione Campania (Italy), Betrieb für Informationstechnologie Bremerhaven (Germany), Comune di Lusciano (Italy), etc..


Would you like to read all the best practices shared by the European Local Public Administrations part of the COMPACT community?

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This project receives funding from the EU_H2020 Research & Innovation Programme under grant agreement 740712