This autumn the South East European Regional Forum on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime will gather for a fourth year over 300 top cybersecurity experts from public and private sector, universities, research organisations and NGOs with high level official...
Do you know what to do if encounter hate speech online? Do you know whom to report? Do you know what hate speech is legal and what is illegal? Do you know your rights? These were some of the questions raised by the President of the Man...
Please note, that as of March 1st the International Cyber Investigation Training Academy has moved to a new office location: Bulgaria, 1505 Sofia, 1 Kaymakchalan Str., Entr. A, Fl. 3, Apt. 14. Our phone numbers and all other contact information ...
Empowering Government and Businesses in Addressing Cyber Threats
The project overall goal is to raise the qualification of the cyber crime and cyber security experts and specialists working with sensitive information and to raise the awareness and Internet culture of the end users.
Monitoring ANd Detecting OnLine hAte speech (MANDOLA)
The project aims at improving the public understanding of the prevalence and spread of on-line hate speech and empowering ordinary citizens to monitor and report hate speech.
COuRAGE (Cybercrime and cyberterrOrism (E)Uropean Research AGEnda)
The project aims to significantly improve the security of citizens and critical infrastructures and support crime investigators by delivering a measured, comprehensive, relevant research agenda for Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism (CC/CT).
Strengthening European Network of cenTres of Excellence in cybercrime (SENTER)
The project aims to create a single point of Reference for EU Centres of Excellence in the area of Cybercrime.
South East Regional Forum on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime
The forum has become a cross point for representatives of leading ICT companies, financial organizations, state administration, NGOs and law enforcement agencies from 20 countries.