Thursday 30 November, 2017
The consortium consists of 5 Academic Research Partners, 4 Business firms and 1 LEA all specialized in the area of cyber-security.
Thursday 30 November, 2017
Date: Wednesday, November 1, 2017 to Thursday, November 2, 2017
Following the successful attendance of SAINT consortium in ENISA’s event and taking advantage of this opportunity, the members of all partners had organized a plenary meeting on November 1-2, in Rome. During the meeting, the progress of the project was discussed thoroughly, presenting the goals and milestones that have been achieved so far and identifying the issues that have been raised along the process of implementation.
Friday 3 November, 2017
On the 30th and 31st of October the SAINT consortium was present at the CTI-EU event held by ENISA in Rome. Cyber security issues and more specifically cyber threat intelligence were the main areas covered by a rich agenda during both days. A significant number of institutions, research centers, industry representatives and other stakeholders participated in workshops and discussions concluding to some valuable insights for the future of cyber security.
Tuesday 3 October, 2017
SAINT will be presenting at the ENISA’s CTI-EU Bonding EU Cyber Threat Intelligence event in Rome, 30th & 31st October 2017. Within the CTI capabilities, skills, education and training and research segment, SAINT will present the motives of the project and its early results.
The event will cover the subject of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) and is named CTI-EU. It will be organized by ENISA with the support of various EU services. DG-Connect/H4 and Europol / EC3 have already confirmed their support while the goal is to have the support of more EU bodies before the event.
Welcome to the SAINT Survey Page.
SAINT - (Systemic Analyser in Network Threats) is a research project funded by the European Commission. The project's aim is to examine the problem of failures in cyber-security using a multidisciplinary approach that goes beyond the purely technical viewpoint.
The SAINT surveys aim to deliver a comparative analysis of cybercrime victims and stakeholders within a framework of qualitative social science methodologies using valuable evidences to gain advance knowledge on privacy issues, economics, and Deep Web practices.
Wednesday 31 January, 2018
Monday 8 May, 2017
On May 4th and 5th 2017 the consortium members of the SAINT project had their first physical meeting. Organized by the National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, (coordinator of this endeavor) the 2-day meeting was held in Athens at NCSR “Demokritos” premises. The Project Officer Mr. Markus Müller (EC REA) attended the meeting giving helpful insights and guidelines to all partners.