The research project CyberROAD organizes its final event Future Challenges in Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism Research: the CyberROAD perspective at the University of Cagliari on May, 25th. Enrico Frumento of CEFRIEL will hold a speech on The CyberROAD roadmap.
CyberROAD, funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme, is aimed at identifying current and future issues in the fight against cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism, in order to draw a strategic roadmap for cyber security research. The Cyber-crime and Cyber-terrorism research roadmap is built through an in-depth analysis of all the technological, social, legal, ethical, political, and economic aspects on which cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism are rooted.
CEFRIEL is part of the consortium that represents all the players and stakeholders involved in the fight against cyber crime and cyber terrorism: law enforcement, public bodies, universities and research centers, as well as companies and industries.