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Invitation to the UINFC2 Pilot Demonstration & Dissemination Workshop

One of the outcomes of the UINFC2 project is the design and development of an interoperable platform, to enable communication of information, seamlessly and securely, with existing reporting systems, aiming to:

  • build and strengthen the capabilities of stakeholders to strategically combat cybercrime and online child sexual exploitation.

  • assist the automatic detection of online illegal data from social media, blogs, communities etc. using innovative techniques and to facilitate the formal exchange of the produced information.

  • produce strategic reports on cybercrime and online child sexual exploitation trends and emerging threats.

Towards this objective and grasping the overlap of interest with other EU funded projects currently running, the UINFC2 Pilot Platform Demonstration & Dissemination Workshop will therefore be hosted as part of the joint conference COURAGE-CAMINO-CyberROAD on ‘Emerging and current challenges in cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism’. During the aforementioned event, the 2nd deployment of the UINFC2 platform will be presented which conference participants will be provided with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience.

Invited participants pertain Europol/EC3, EU Member States Law Enforcement Agents, National Hotlines and National Cybercrime Centers.

The UINFC2 consortium cardinally invites you to participate in this event which will take place during the 10th and 11th of March 2016 at the International Press Centre Nieuwspoort in The Hague, Netherlands.

ABOUT THE PROJECTS

UINFC2 The aim of the UINFC2 project is to facilitate cooperation and coordination among all major EU stakeholders, National Authorities, Law enforcement Agencies and related bodies, through the provision of structured, analysed and correlated information, in real time, related to cybercrime and online child sexual exploitation.

COURAGE COURAGE aims to produce a research agenda for Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism (CC/CT) using the expertise of the consortium partners, advisory board members and recruited expert stakeholders. The research agenda will identify the major challenges, reveal research gaps for Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism, and recommend practical research approaches to address these gaps through strategies that are aligned to real-world needs. These strategies will be supported by test and evaluation schemes. The purpose of COURAGE is to significantly improve the security of citizens and critical infrastructures and support crime investigators.

CAMINO The major goal of CAMINO is to provide a realistic roadmap for improving resilience against cybercrime and cyber terrorism. Roadmap will address the following questions. Where should taxpayer money be invested for research purposes? What are the challenges? What approach should be taken to tackle these challenges? Once the possible solutions are found, how should the results be tested and evaluated to demonstrate effectiveness? The consortium uses a holistic approach, analysing functions and capabilities addressing technical and human issues which are inter-related with legal and ethical aspects. We follow so called CAMINO THOR approach where cyber security is perceived comprehensively in 4 dimensions: Technical, Human, Organisational, and Regulatory. In each of the dimensions some items are proposed for the roadmap.

CyberROAD CyberROAD is aimed at identifying current and future issues in the fight against cybercrime and cyberterrorism in order to draw a strategic roadmap for cybersecurity research. A detailed snapshot of the technological, social, economic, political, and legal scenarios on which cybercrime and cyberterrorism are developed will first be provided. Then, cybercrime and cyberterrorism will be analysed in order to identify research gaps and priorities.


Co-funded by the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme of the European Union

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