SAINT survey on cybersecurity and cybercrime

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The SAINT project aims at tackling the issue of failures in cybersecurity through a multifaceted approach that goes beyond the sole technical standpoint. Building upon the valuable oucomes and research of previous projects, Saint combines these insights together to further advance into economic, behavioural, societal and institutional views with a view to pursue new methodologies to improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness of cybersecurity.

The project identifies incentives to streamline levels of collaboration between cooperative and regulatory approaches for a better information sharing to strengthen cybersecurity and minimize the risk and fallouts of cyber hacks. At the same time, Saint will provide rock-solid evidences on the benefit coming from such improvement based on real fact and figures and economic models.

The Saint survey is a useful tool that aims to deliver an accurate comparative analysis of cybercrime victims and stakeholders within a framework of qualitative social science methodologies using tangible proofs to gain advanced knowledge on subjects such as privacy, economy and Deep Web practices.

The survey is available here in several languages. 

 

 

News

On 18 July 2019, Cyberwatching.eu will organize a webinar in collaboration with the GDPR Cluster projects entitled “GDPR compliance in the emerging technologies”.

Future Events

The 14th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2019), will be held from August 26 to August 29, 2019 at the University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.

26/08/2019 to 29/08/2019

PROTECTIVE is co-organising the 2nd International Workshop on Cyber Threat Intelligence Management(CyberTIM 2019) as apart of the ARES 2019 conference in the UK on 26-29 August 2019.

26/08/2019 to 29/08/2019