CyberROAD - Development of the Cybercrime and Cyber-terrorism Reseach Roadmap

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Name: 
Development of the Cybercrime and Cyber-terrorism Reseach Roadmap
Acronym: 
CyberROAD

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. 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 studied, in order to identify priorities and research bottlenecks. The project relies on a large body of competences, since it has 21 partners, from 11 different countries. The consortium represents all the players and the stakeholders involved in the fight against cyber crime and cyber terrorism: law enforcement, public bodies, universities and reseach centers, as well as companies and industries. The project also relies on a high profile advisory board, made of members of worldwide relevant organizations involved in the fight against cyber crime and cyber terrorism. The wide consortium as well as the advisory board, will ensure the involvement of all the possible stakeholders, by allowing to have a clear and complete picture of the real priorities. Such a large consortium will also allow an adequate dissemination of the project results, fundamental step to foster and to promote research activity toward the directions devised during the project execution.

Programme: 
FP7-SECURITY-Call4
Project type: 
FP7 - Seventh Framework Programme
Dates
Duration: 
24 months
Dissemination
Financial Info
Project contract: 
607642
Funding organization: 
EC
NCSR budget: 
€78940
EU funding: 
€65805

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