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FP7-SEC-2013 "CAMINO" (607406)

"Comprehensive Approach to Cyber Roadmap Coordination and Development"

Funding program: Security Theme of the FP7

Research area: SEC-2013.2.5-1 "Developing a cyber crime and cyber terrorism research agenda"

Funding instrument: Coordination and Support Action - Coordinating Action (CSA-CA)

Time frame: 1st April 2014 - 31st March 2016 (24 months)

 

RFSAT Participates in CAMINO project as a member of the SME Stakeholder's Group.

 

Project objectives:

The goal of the project is to provide a realistic roadmap for improving resilience against cybercrime and cyber terrorism. A holistic approach is used, analysing functions and capabilities addressing technical and human issues that inter-relate with legal and ethical aspects. The project addresses a wide stakeholder range including technicians, end users and their intermediaries, including administrators, policy makers, regulators and cybercrime investigators. The consortium originates from the Integrated Mission Group Security (IMG-S) and its Cyber Theme Area (TA7). The Supporting Members ensure that Roadmap reflects the knowledge and experience from across both Europe and North America (USA and Canada). The consortium adopts a very practical approach, with most partners being SMEs with a good understanding of what is realistic and practical and with an interest in finding a constructive roadmap that will complement LEA and research organisations - without creating a bottleneck of problems and obstructions.

WEB Portal: http://www.fp7-camino.eu

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