Sister Projects

COURAGE is aiming to produce a research agenda for Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism (CC/CT), CAMINO and CyberRoad have similar goals and all three projects show synergies that allow them to collaborate with one another.

CAMINO

CAMINO

CAMINO is the Coordination and Support Action titled “Comprehensive Approach to cyber roadMap coordINation and develOpment”, a European research project in the security domain “Developing a Cyber crime and cyber terrorism research agenda” funded by the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme. The two-year project started on April 1st, 2014.

The CAMINO main strategic objectives are to develop a comprehensive cybercrime and cyber terrorism research agenda, and to initiate long-term activities with the aim to provide a stable EU platform of security research experts and organisations.

CAMINO will prepare the guidelines, its professional community’s recommendations and a comprehensive research roadmap for the European Commission regarding fighting cybercrime and cyber terrorism. CAMINO is offering a long-term EU cyber research platform with the cyber security “think tank”. CAMINO is already strongly linked to the EU Integrated Mission Group for Security (IMG-S) Cyber Security Thematic Area (TA7).
http://www.fp7-camino.eu/

CyberROAD

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CyberROAD is a research project funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme. The project is aimed to identify current and future issues in the fight against cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism in order to draw a strategic roadmap for cyber security research. A detailed snapshot of the technological, social, economic, political, and legal scenario on which cyber crime and cyber terrorism do develop will be first provided. Then, cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism will be analyzed in order to indentify research gaps and priorities

The main objective of CyberROAD is “developing the Cybercrime and Cyber-terrorism research roadmap”. This roadmap will be built through an in-depth analysis of all the technological, social, legal, ethical, political, and economic aspects on which cybercrime and cyber-terrorism are rooted. The research roadmap will be achieved by co-ordinating the efforts of the CyberROAD consortium along three key directions:

1. Technology

2. Society

3. Cybercrime and cyber-terrorism

Activities along the three directions will be realized during the 24 months of activities expected for CyberROAD.
http://www.cyberroad-project.eu/