SAINT Project Newsletter
Issue 1 | November 2017
…a European funded project that aims to investigate the economics of cybercrime and cyber security. SAINT proposes to analyse and identify incentives to improve levels of collaboration between cooperative and regulatory approaches to information sharing. Analysis of the ecosystems of cybercriminal activity, associated markets and revenues will drive the development of a framework of business models appropriate for the fighting of cybercrime.
The Consortium consists of 5 Academic Research Partners, 4 Business firms and 1 LEA, all specialized in the area of cybersecurity.
An animated description of what SAINT is and what this project aims to achieve.
On the 30th and 31st of October the SAINT consortium was present at the CTI-EU event held by ENISA in Rome. The SAINT project was included in a rich agenda of Cyber Security and Cyber Threat Intelligence thematic areas, during the second day of the event.
On Going Survey
Answer a few questions about cyber security and cybercriminal activities and help the project to deliver a high quality comparative analysis of cybercrime victims and stakeholders using valuable evidences to gain advance knowledge on privacy issues, economics, and Deep Web practices.
SAINT project at IoT Week
Between the 6th and 9th of June SAINT Consortium members attendeded the IoT Week in Geneva where the project was introduced to a wider audience for the first time.
Economics of Cybersecurity: SAINT project Kick-off
On May 4th and 5th 2017 the SAINT project had its kick-off meeting, organized by the National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, (coordinator partner). The 2-day meeting was held in Athens at NCSR “Demokritos” premises.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, under grant agreement No740829
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