Category Archive: News

  1. The COURAGE Brief has been published!

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    In this final report, a high level overview of the topics, trends and priorities identified throughout the COURAGE project, is presented. This public artefact has been translated in 6 languages (UK, DE, FR, ES, IT, NL) and articulates many of the key project findings delivered by the project to the European Commission at the projects conclusion in April 2016.

  2. New event – COURAGE – CAMINO – CyberROAD joint conference on “Emerging and Current Challenges in Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism”

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    The COURAGE, CAMINO, and CyberROAD consortia are pleased to invite you to the COURAGE-CAMINO-CyberROAD joint conference, which will take place in The Hague, on Thursday 10 (13h30-18h) and Friday 11 March (9h30-16h), 2016. The event is part of an overall thinking and exchange process that aims at promoting a European vision and roadmap for the fight against cybercrime and cyberterrorism, a priority for the European Union and the basis upon which all three projects were initiated.
    The event will provide SMEs, the industry sector, scientific communities and end users with a forum to exchange ideas and challenges presented by the projects in order to elaborate strategies and priorities for a common roadmap to fight cybercrime and cyberterrorism.
    In particular, the goal of the two-day event is to gather insights regarding cybercrime and cyberterrorism in Europe and beyond, and to discuss further developments in the methodology, technology, and foundations for the design and effective implementation of a European roadmap for the fight against cybercrime and cyberterrorism.
    The outcome of the workshop will help towards the development of a consolidated roadmap between COURAGE, CAMINO, and CyberROAD which will be presented to the European Commission by mid-2016. This roadmap will aim to clarify the various interpretations, commonalities, and differences emanating from the European cybersecurity community as well as the results of the three projects, thereby paving the way for a more structured and well‐founded approach to future roadmaps and initiatives in the fight against cybercrime and cyberterrorism, including research and technology, education and training, and standards.
    The COURAGE-CAMINO-CyberROAD event will gather experts in the fight against cybercrime and cyberterrorism. Representatives from academia, industry and policy makers, and end users are invited to take part in the event.

     
    Invitation – COURAGE-CAMINO-CyberROAD joint conference
     

    Further information can be found here or in the “Events” section of this website (here)

     

  3. COURAGE seventh workshop

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    COURAGE is conducting its fourth thematic workshop about Government.
    It is going to be led by Aconite and it will take place at the EOS premisses in Brussels the 26th January 2015.

  4. COURAGE sixth thematic workshop

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    COURAGE is conducting its fourth thematic workshop about Technology.
    It is going to be led by SHU and it will take place at the TNO premisses in The Hague / Delft the 23rd January 2015

  5. COURAGE fifth thematic workshop

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    COURAGE is conducting its fourth thematic workshop about Legal / Data Protection.
    It is going to be led by TNO and it will take place at the TNO premisses in The Hague the 21st January 2015.

  6. COURAGE fourth thematic workshop

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    COURAGE is conducting its fourth thematic workshop about Law Enforcement Agency.
    It is going to be led by West Yorkshire Police Authority and it will take place at the WYP premisses in Wakefield the 16th January 2015.

  7. COURAGE third thematic workshop

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    COURAGE is conducting its third thematic workshop about Academia.
    It is going to be led by Sheffield Hallam University and it will take place at the SHU premisses in Sheffield the 14th January 2015.

  8. COURAGE second thematic workshop

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    COURAGE is conducting its second thematic workshop about Critical Infrastructure. It is going to be led by EOS and it will take place at the EOS premisses in Brussels the 9th December 2014

  9. COURAGE – First Expert Workshop

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    A key component of the developing the COURAGE research agenda is the identification of stakeholder requirements through the acquisition of empirical data. Using a mixed methods approach, including a survey, a Delphi-like workshop process, and a number of focus groups the project aims to elicit key challenges, priorities, and themes from key stakeholder groups in the CC / CT domain in order to develop a holistic agenda for future research in the area. The event was planned and facilitated by Dr E. Lockley (SHU) and Detective Sergeant B. Kemp (WYP) bringing together Cyber related experts from a number of disciplines across Europe to discuss these challenges and priorities. Participant experts included leading Lawyers, former Police Chiefs and senior government officials. All partners from within the project contributed to and shared a bespoke questionnaire prior to the workshop. This data was used to form the basis of in-depth discussion on the respective areas. This pilot workshop took place in order to validate the methodology to be used throughout the workshop process in addition to providing a number of initial outputs. Subsequent workshops will be organised thematically, with separate events taking place to elicit requirements for the CC/CT agenda from experts from various sectors and backgrounds, including; Academia, Law and Ethics, Technology, Law Enforcement, Critical Infrastructure and Government. Further workshops are in the process of being organised to complete this process.

  10. Help us define the EU research agenda for Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism

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    Are you an expert in Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism? Or are you working on the front lines combating Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism? We need your help to define the next EU research agenda for Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism. By becoming a stakeholder in COuRAGE you will be;

    • invited to expert stakeholder workshops
    • be able to influence the research agenda
    • network and meet other EU experts working in Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism.

    What will a stakeholder be expected to do?
    As a stakeholder, your input is important for us to complete our work. We will invite you to workshops where we will ask you to communicate your requirements for future research. And we will ask you to review our deliverables and outputs. We will also ask you to give your strategic guidance on the project’s direction.

    Will I get any financial support?
    We can support your travel and subsistence cost up to a reasonable amount to attend our workshops. But unfortunately we cannot pay for your time spent working on the project. We expect workshops to take one day and will be located in Brussels or neighbouring countries.

    How do I sign up as a stakeholder?
    By sending an email to;

    gary.bridgeman@eos-eu.com

    And we will get back to you confirming your participation.