Below are some links to relevant organisations and E-CRIME related projects.
The European Security Research and Innovation Forum (ESRIF), was a forum for the development of a Public-Private Dialogue in the area of EU security research and innovation. Its final report can be found here.
CORDIS– The European Commission Community Research and Development Information Service website.
NIS Platform– The ENISA NIS Public-Private Platform is designed to foster the resilience of the networks and information systems which underpin the services provided by market operators and public administrations throughout Europe.
Project Related Links
EKSISTENZ – The mission of EKSISTENZ is to deliver a set of innovative and interoperable tools, procedures, methods and processes that will tackle identity theft in the EU. The entire life-cycle of identity will be taken into account and the privacy of citizens will always be considered paramount. In order to demonstrate the achievement of its mission, EKSISTENZ will develop a proof of concept relating to banking/finance that will be proven as scalable and deployable at the national level..
ECOSSIAN – The FP7 Security Project European COntrol System Security Incident Analysis Network aims to improve the detection and management of highly sophisticated cyber security incidents and attacks against critical infrastructures by implementing a pan-European early warning and situational awareness framework with command and control facilities.
CyberROAD – Development of the Cybercrime and Cyber-terrorism Research Roadmap) is a project funded by the European Commission, under the FP7. This project will identify current and future issues in the fight against Cyber crime and cyber terrorism in order to draw a roadmap for cyber security research.
ACDC – The European Advanced Cyber Defence Centre (ACDC) aims to create a community of stakeholders joining forces to fight botnets.
FACIES – The main question addressed by FACIES was how to identify, in the early stage a failure and/or attack in a scenario composed by several and interdependent critical infrastructures. Specifically the project aimed to illustrate the feasibility of a distributed approach able to detect failures and malicious adverse events.
CAMINO – The major goal of the project 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?
CYSPA – Is an initiative set up by 17 organisations from across industry and research, aiming to create a European Alliance to protect cyberspace for industry. CYSPA’s goal is to increase the capacity of industry to protect itself from cyber disruptions.
SECONOMICS – The project’s goal is synthesizing sociological, economic and security science into a usable, concrete, actionable knowledge for policy makers and social planners responsible for citizen’s security.
CockpitCI – Aims to improve the resilience and dependability of Critical Infrastructures (CIs)by the automatic detection of cyber-threats and the sharing of real-time information about attacks among CI owners. CockpitCI aims to identify, in real time, the CI functionalities impacted by cyber-attacks and assess the degradation of CI delivered services.
SICH – The project’s specific objective is to discover illegal content on the Internet through use of semantic analysis on pages’ textual content.
COuRAGE – The purpose of COuRAGE is to significantly improve the security of citizens and critical infrastructures and support crime investigators.
EVIDENCE – The aim of thid project is to overcome existing challenges in the distribution and use of electronic evidence within court proceedings.
CyberWiser (Wide-Impact cyber SEcurity Risk framework): delivers a cyber-risk management framework able to assess, monitor and mitigate the risks in real time, in multiple industries.
DOGANA : The advent of Social Networks has made both companies and public bodies tremendously exposed to the so-called Social Engineering 2.0, and thus prone to targeted cyber-attacks. DOGANA aims to develop a framework that delivers “aDvanced sOcial enGineering And vulNerability Assessment”.