SAINT - Systemic Analysis In Network Threats
The project SAINT – Systemic Analysis In Network Threats proposes to advance measurement approaches and methodologies of the metrics of cybercrime through the construction of a new theoretical and empirical framework of scientific analysis.
SAINT enriches the existing methodologies for studying cybercrime, by fusing the traditional theoretical approaches, with empirical evidence-based practices of data analysis (statistics, econometrics, data envelopment analysis etc.), on engineered anonymised data, that are retrieved from market surveys on cybersecurity stakeholders and agents and from digital databases of the Deep Web and Digital Social Media, with the use of automated algorithms.
SAINT’s implementation will provide useful guidelines for the planning and allocation of resources for cybersecurity, to regulators, law enforcement authorities, research organisations and businesses in the EU, providing estimations and insights concerning cost-effective investments for enhancing cybersecurity and efficient facing of cyber-threats. The ongoing spin off resulting and the potential for novel research and further studies will attract relevant agents and stakeholders, at national and international level, beyond the lifetime of the project.
Coordinator: NCSRD - National Centre for Scientific Research Demokritos
Partners: CTI - Computer Technology Institute and Press Diofantus of the University of Patras
UL - University of Luxembourg
KEMEA - Centre for Security Studies of the Hellenic Police
MI - Mandat International
AS - Archimede Solutions SARL
CYBE - Stichting CyberDefcon Netherlands Foundation
MNTMG - Montimage
INCTS - Incites Consulting SARL
- Joint programs (with Greek Universities)
- Joint PhD programs / Research Collaborations
- Lecture Series
- PhD theses
- MSc, BSc and Internships
- Educational policy