Events

The project will organise two open collaboration workshops as well as expert working groups. Event details will be published here. Check back regularly for more news.

  • January 19, 2016

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

    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.

     

    PRELIMINARY AGENDA:

     

    Thursday 10 March 2016

     

    13:30-14:00 Registration and Coffee
    14:00-14:10 Welcome/introduction – Gabriela Bodea (TNO)
    14:10-14:30 Keynote speech – Raoul Chiesa, Security Brokers Italy “Cyber Terrorism: wrong assumptions & true facts: what I hope will never happen”
    14:30-16:15 Session 1: Law and Law Enforcement (needs, challenges, solutions and practice)
    16:15-16:30 Coffee break
    16:30-18:00 Session 2: Solutions for the future: COURAGE-CAMINO-CyberROAD ideas
    18:00-19:00 Networking reception

     

    Friday 11 March 2016

     

    9:30-11:00 Session 3: Citizens, Enterprise and Private Industry (needs, challenges, solutions and practice)
    11:00-11:15 Coffee break
    11:15-12:45 Session 4: Government, Policy, Strategies and Awareness Raising
    12:45-13:45 Lunch
    13:45-14:55 Session 5: Emerging Technologies and Solutions (including legal considerations, best practices etc.)
    14:55-15:05 Coffee break
    15:05-16:00 Wrap-up and final Q&A

     

    DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: 4 March 2016

     

    WHEN: Thursday, March 10, 2016 at 1:30 PM – Friday, March 11, 2016 at 4:00 PM (CET)

    WHERE: International Press Centre Nieuwspoort – 10 Lange Poten Den Haag 2511 CL NL

     
    Invitation – COURAGE-CAMINO-CyberROAD joint conference
     
    Further information can be found here

    Date:
    March 10, 2016
    Venue:
    International Press Centre Nieuwspoort - 10 Lange Poten Den Haag 2511 CL NL
    Event link:
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/courage-camino-cyberroad-joint-conference-on-emerging-and-current-challenges-in-cybercrime-and-tickets-20417196384
  • March 2, 2015

    COURAGE/CAMINO joint event: Innovation and cybercrime: challenges of the digital transformation in Europe

    COURAGE and CAMINO are projects funded by the European Commission under the FP7 Framework Program that follow a similar roadmap and are organising a joint event at Montpellier the 8th and 9th of April 2015 with the collaboration of University of Monpellier.
    You can find the agenda of the event here and the formal invitation here

    Date:
    April 8, 2015
    Venue:
    Montpellier University. Espace Richter - Maison des étudiants Aimé Schoenig 208, rue Vendémiaire
    34000 Montpellier – France
    Event link:
    http://www.fp7-camino.eu/assets/files/Draft_Prog_Conf_Montp-20fev.pdf
  • January 26, 2015

    Seventh Expert Workshop – Goverment themed workshop to obtain key stakeholder requirements

    A key component in regards to the development of the COURAGE research agenda is the identification of stakeholder requirements through face-to-face engagement with appropriate domain experts. 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 Cormac Callanan (Aconite), Vittoria Luda di Cortemiglia (UNICRI) and Nina Olesen (EOS) bringing together European Cyber experts from, or that who are heavily engaged with, European Governments.

    This thematic workshop (as part of a series of six) aimed to explore and elicit requirements for the CC/CT research agenda. Other workshops in the series have been be organised with participant 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.

    Date:
    January 26, 2015
    Venue:
    EOS - Brussels
  • January 23, 2015

    Sixth Expert Workshop – Technology themed workshop to obtain key stakeholder requirements

    A key component in regards to the development of the COURAGE research agenda is the identification of stakeholder requirements through face-to-face engagement with appropriate domain experts. 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 Prof. Babak Akhgar, Ben Brewster (Sheffield Hallam University) and Elisabetta Robecchi (Selex SSI) bringing together European Cyber experts from across the fields of cyber-security and technology provision.

    This thematic workshop (as part of a series of six) aimed to explore and elicit requirements for the CC/CT research agenda. Other workshops in the series have been be organised with participant 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.

    Date:
    January 23, 2015
    Venue:
    TNO - Delft
  • January 21, 2015

    Fifth Expert Workshop – Legal and Ethical themed workshop to obtain key stakeholder requirements

    A key component in regards to the development of the COURAGE research agenda is the identification of stakeholder requirements through face-to-face engagement with appropriate domain experts. 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 Arnold Roosendaal, Gabriela Bodea (TNO), Ben Brewster (Sheffield Hallam University) and Karine E Silva (University of Tilburg) bringing together European Cyber experts from across the field of law and data protection to discuss challenges and priorities for research in the domain.

    This thematic workshop (as part of a series of six) aimed to explore and elicit requirements for the CC/CT research agenda. Other workshops in the series have been be organised with participant 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.

    Date:
    January 21, 2015
    Venue:
    TNO - Delft
  • January 16, 2015

    Fourth Expert Workshop – Law Enforcement themed workshop to obtain key stakeholder requirements

    A key component in regards to the development of the COURAGE research agenda is the identification of stakeholder requirements through face-to-face engagement with appropriate domain experts. 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 D.S. Benn Kemp, Alison Lyle, D.S. Tim Ingle (West Yorkshire Police) and Ben Brewster (SHU) bringing together European Cyber experts from a range of European Law Enforcement Agencies.

    This thematic workshop (as part of a series of six) aimed to explore and elicit requirements for the CC/CT research agenda. Other workshops in the series have been be organised with participant 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.

    Date:
    January 16, 2015
    Venue:
    West Yorkshire Police - Wakefield, UK

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