Empowering Businesses: CYBER+ALT Grant Scheme extends to Bolster Cybersecurity Resilience

The CYBER+ALT Grant Scheme has been reopened on 20th February 2024 to address further the need to support SMEs in financing projects related to cybersecurity.

A total budget of €2,000,000 has been made available, co-funded by the European Union under the Digital Europe Programme whereby €1,000,000 are EU funds and €1,000,000 are National funds.

The Scheme is being managed on a demand driven basis. Accordingly, the NCC-MT has issued five more public open calls (open rolling-calls) for interested eligible undertakings to submit their applications, cut-off dates being 14th April 2024, 28th April 2024, 12th May 2024, 26th May 2024, and 16th June 2024. Grants shall be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to budget availability.

Information on the Scheme is available in the dedicated page on the NCC-MT website –

A physical information session specifically on this Scheme will be held on Wednesday, 6th March 2024 at The Link Hall – Malta Business Registry (MBR) in Żejtun, starting at 08:00, which will allow interested applicants to follow a thorough explanation of the Scheme and ask questions. Registration for this session is available through:

The CYBER+ALT Grant Scheme is co-funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Cybersecurity Competence Centre. Neither the European Union nor the European Cybersecurity Competence Centre can be held responsible for them.