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4 The FORTIKA Accelerated Edge Solution for Automating SMEs Security

  title={4 The FORTIKA Accelerated Edge Solution for Automating SMEs Security},
  author={Evangelos K. Markakis and Yannis Nikoloudakis and Evangelos Pallis and Ales Cernivec and Panayotis E. Fouliras and Ioannis Mavridis and Georgios Sakellariou and Stavros Salonikias and Nikolaos Tsinganos and Anargyros Sideris and Nikolaos Zotos and Anastasios Drosou and Konstantinos M. Giannoutakis and Dimitrios Tzovaras},
1Department of Informatics Engineering, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece 2XLAB d.o.o., Slovenia 3Department of Applied Informatics, University of Macedonia, Greece 4Future Intelligence LTD, United Kingdom 5Information Technologies Institute, Centre for Research & Technology Hellas, Greece E-mail: Markakis@pasiphae.teicrete.gr; Nikoloudakis@pasiphae.teicrete.gr; Pallis@pasiphae.teicrete.gr; ales.cernivec@xlab.si; pfoul@uom.edu.gr; mavridis@uom.edu.gr; geosakel@uom.edu.gr… 


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