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Researching cybercriminality to design new methods to prevent, investigate, and mitigate cybercriminal behavior.

NEWS

FIRST NEWSLETTER OUT NOW

We proudly present our first newsletter about the CC-DRIVER project!

It's full of interesting news all around the first six months of our project and worth reading for anyone interested in humand and technical drivers of cybercrime.

Find the newsletter here.

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Dec 12 2020

 

Project Overview

 

Outcomes

CC-DRIVER will provide self-assessments for youths and stakeholders, investigation tools for LEAs, and a policy toolkit. 

Aims

CC-DRIVER aims to investigate, identify, understand, and explain drivers of cybercriminality.

Approach

CC-DRIVER uses a multidisciplinary approach to explore the drivers of cybercriminality.

The content of this website reflects only the CC-DRIVER project group’s views. Neither the European Commission nor the Research Executive Agency is liable for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 883543.

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