[2022-04-29] Proposals should, for instance, focus on:
Enhancing the operational capacity of law enforcement and/or judicial authorities
to investigate cyber-attacks and cyber enabled crime, for instance through
investigative techniques and tools (including for digital forensics) with a focus on
top threat priorities (excluding online Child Sexual Abuse Material, which is
covered by specific calls for proposals) as presented in EUROPOL’s Internet

Organised Crime Threat Assessment 2021. 14 Areas that have been identified by EU
Member States as needing particular attention include: digital Forensics (mobile
forensics, computer forensics, network forensics, IoT forensics including vehicle
forensics), visual data analysis, malware analysis and reverse engineering
capabilities, cryptocurrencies analysis and seizure, efficient storage, processing,
analysis and transfer of big data, understanding and exploiting “threat
intelligence” and metadata, Darkweb monitoring & investigations, OSINT.

Projects should aim to achieve one or more of the following outcomes:

  • increase operational capacity of law enforcement,
  • increase the availability of technical tools for law enforcement,
  • increase awareness and build synergies amongst relevant stakeholders.

Important dates:

  • Opening date: 13th of April
  • Deadline date: 15th of September

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