E-CRIME Newsletters

 

  • Newsletter 10: Policy Brief – Recommendations for Regulatory Innovations to Deter Cyber Crime, March 2017

The ECRIME partner, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, led an investigation into the existing regulatory and legal frameworks within cybersecurity. This work led to the production of a Policy Brief for policy makers. The newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

 

  • Newsletter 9: Two Upcoming Events, January 2017

With the ECRIME project coming to an end, the ECRIME Final Conference will be held in The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London. The newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

 

  • Newsletter 8: The development of exploitable output from the ECRIME project, and upcoming final ECRIME events, January 2017

A special workshop targeting Law Enforcement will be held in London during March 2017 to present a training programme that showcases the exploitable output developed during the project. The newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

 

  • Newsletter 7: Opportunities for deterring and fighting cybercrime across non ICT sectors, October 2016

The ECRIME consortium partner, University of Lausanne, has produced a report on Cybercrime Opportunities, that focusses on opportunities for fighting cyber crime across non ICT sectors. The newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

 

  • Newsletter 6: Upcoming ECRIME events – the ARES EU Project Symposium and the World e-ID Conference, June 2016

Members from the ECRIME consortium will be presenting results and insights from the project at the ARES 2016 11th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security in August 2016 and the World e-ID Conference in September 2016. The newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

 

  • Newsletter 5: The Hague – Model Validation, February 2016

On the 25th January the E-CRIME research consortium held a workshop in The Hague to validate the model for measuring the economic impact of cyber crime on non-ICT sectors, developed by colleagues at the Delft University of Technology. The newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

 

  • Newsletter 4: Ongoing Research, September 2015

The E-CRIME consortium is currently engaged in two pieces of fieldwork: a multi-country phone survey with a final sample size of over 6,000 and a series of cross-industry interviews on the direct and indirect costs of cyber crime. In addition we have begun to form dissemination and exploitation ties with the EKSISTENZ project who are examining the related topic of identity theft. The newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

 

  • Newsletter 3: First-Year Highlights and Project Collaborations, July 2015

The E-CRIME consortium has completed its first year review. This newsletter contains some of the research headline results for the period leading up to this milestone. We are also seeking to expand the collaborative research and dissemination base of our project by developing ties with complementary projects. The newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

 

  • Newsletter 2: Introducing Deliverable 3.2, May 2015

Deliverable 3.2 of the E-CRIME project is a report on the current dominant policies, regulatory and enforcement frameworks, and best practices adopted to counter cybercrime at the European level. This report is available now on the E-CRIME website (available HERE). The Newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

 

  • Newsletter 1: Expert Workshop on Cyber Crime Journeys, March 2015

The Consortium conducted its first validation workshop in Rome at the offices of Poste Italiane. Attended by over sixty representatives from different industry sectors, cyber security, law and academia, it brought together diverse experts to discuss the cyber crime journeys developed in the initial stages of the project. Feedback from the attendees to this workshop were integrated into deliverables from Work Packages 2 and 3 (available HERE). The Newsletter sent to out stakeholders is attached HERE.

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