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DELIVERABLES

Find here the CC-DRIVER public project deliverables

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WORK PACKAGE 2

Scoping cybercriminality and technical capabilities

In this report, we present a landscape study of Cybercrime-as-a-Service. We focus on the range of activities, the providers, the prices, and their business model. Activities of Cybercrime as a Service include: (i) Cryptocurrency laundering and tumbling, (ii) Bulletproof hosting, (iii) Tutorials, training and consulting, (iv) Hacking as a Service, (v) Coding/Programming as a Service, (vi) Crypting obfuscation, (vi) Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks/Reflection attacks (DRDoS), (vii) SMS flooding and spamming, (viii) Escrow/Garant/Treuhand, (ix) Email spamming and phishing, (x) Crimeware Ransomware as a Service, (xi) Serial keys pirated software, (xii) Social boosters friends and “likes” for purchase, (xiii) Web traffic visitors, (xiv) Cyb ercriminal business, marketing and messaging.

WORK PACKAGE 7

Dissemination, exploitation and communications

The CC-DRIVER LEA Working Group is a discussion group of Law Enforcement Agencies that aims for
an exchange of experiences and best practices with a specific focus on cybercrime. The se meetings
are a safe space to discuss human, social and societal aspects of security problems and their remedies.

 

The LEA Working Groups are one hour long conference calls organised by Valencia Local Police on a
quarterly basis, being open to any LEA external to CC DRIVER.


If you are a LEA and would like to participate, please contact Valencia Local Police.

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WORK PACKAGE 5

A cybercrime policy toolkit

This report presents a review and gap analysis of cybersecurity legislation and cybercriminality policies in eight European countries. Findings are reported from desktop research, questionnaires and workshops, involving contributions from eight partners in the CC-DRIVER consortium from a diverse set of backgrounds including industry, research and law enforcement. The aim of these activities was to conduct a non-exhaustive but broad review and analysis of five elements forming an analytical framework for a gap assessment of existing legislations and policies, and to provide recommendations for improvement.

 

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