The last opportunities in 2019 to visit a cyber security event. Here is a short list to give you an overview of upcoming events in December. December Black Hat Europe: December 2nd-5th Location: London (England) Description: Black Hat provides attendees with the latest in research, development, and trends in Information Security. Here the brightest professionals
Having published the list of cyber Security Events in October, this list provides an overview of upcoming events in November. November Aviation Cyber Security Summit: November 5th-6th Location: London (U.K.) Description: In its third year the Aviation Cyber Security Summit, organised by the cyber senate, hosts a two-day executive forum. It will include presentations, roundtable
The handbook will be made available in 2021, as soon as the updated rules on electronic evidence are adopted. It will first be published in English and then in other EU languages. You can get updates on the progress of the Handbook on the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights´ website. In October 2017 the European
As terrorists dive deeper into Dark Nets and Deep Web, obfuscating their presence, DANTE supports European law enforcement agencies, to identify them. Development on the EU funded (H2020) project started in September 2016 and was completed by February 2019. Coordinated by the Italian “ENGINEERING – INGEGNERIA INFORMATICA SPA” the project was conducted by 18 partners.
Online crime isn’t as new as all that but it does now count. Olivier Le Moal/shutterstock.com David S. Wall, University of Leeds The dramatic 40% increase in the recently published crime statistics for England and Wales might appear an abrupt end to the year-on-year decline in crime rates over the past 20 years or so.
October 2019 has already seen a number of cyber security events, like the Europol-Interpol Cybercrime Conference, from the 9th to the 11th of October. However, there are still a number of upcoming cyber security events in October 2019. Other than the Europol-Interpol conference they are open for all to attend. Thus, in case you have
Europol´s report focuses on the cybercrime threat landscape, highlights the key developments, threats and trends, as seen by law enforcement authorities across Europe. The report can be downloaded from Europol´s website, which also provides the IOCTA reports of previous years as well as report and resources to related topics: https://www.europol.europa.eu/activities-services/main-reports/internet-organised-crime-threat-assessment-iocta-2019 The report is structured into
Dogs, according to the EU, are still the best way to systematically detect explosives. They are mobile, agile and far more sensitive than any chemical detectors yet devised. However, while inexpensive to operate, training suitable dogs is time consuming and labour extensive, making it expensive. As the need for bomb dogs grows the training process
The Adversary project started development in November 2018 and received financing from the EU (H2020). By 2019 the project was concluded. However, according to Project coordinator and CEO of the Adversary Platform, Steindór Guðmundsson “In our minds, the project isn’t really finished at all – it’s just a stepping stone to a much larger project”.
Police must join forces across international borders to take on modern cybercriminals. wutzkohphoto/Shutterstock.com Frank J. Cilluffo, George Washington University; Alec Nadeau, George Washington University, and Rob Wainwright, University of Exeter From 2009 to 2016, a cybercrime network called Avalanche grew into one of the world’s most sophisticated criminal syndicates. It resembled an international conglomerate, staffed