Comprehensive Approach to cyber roadMap coordINation and develOpment

CAMINO The major goal of the project is to provide a realistic roadmap for improving resilience against cybercrime and cyber terrorism. Roadmap will address the following questions. Where should taxpayer money be invested for research purposes? What are the challenges? What approach should be taken to tackle these challenges? Once the possible solutions are found, how should the results be tested and evaluated to demonstrate effectiveness?

The consortium uses a holistic approach, analysing functions and capabilities addressing technical and human issues which are inter-related with legal and ethical aspects. We follow so called CAMINO THOR approach where cyber security is perceived comprehensively in 4 dimensions: Technical, Human, Organisational, and Regulatory. In each of the dimensions some items are proposed for the roadmap.


In parallel with looking at the human and technical aspects, the project is focused on strong involvement of various different groups and operators such as LEAs, CERTS, personal users, governments, industry and research and commercial organisations.

Title Comprehensive Approach to cyber roadMap coordINation and develOpment
Co-funded by EU FP7
Funding intrument Coordination and Support Action - Coordinating Action (CSA-CA)
Project coordinator Prof. Michal Choras, DSc, PhD Eng. (ITTI Sp. z o.o.)
Start date 1st of April 2014
Duration 24 months
No of partners 10
Grant agreement number 607406
Key words cyber crime, cyber terrorism, cyber security

The CAMINO roadmap will be realistic in the sense that it will take into account that the technological development progresses more quickly than the regulations and procedures, evolving slowly.

The consortium has its roots with the Integrated Mission Group Security (IMG-S) Cyber Theme Area, where the cyber security partners have an extensive experience in developing roadmaps. The Supporting Members of the CAMINO project, coming from Europe and North America (USA and Canada), will ensure that the roadmap will benefit from the vast knowledge and experience.

The consortium will have a very practical approach, with most partners being SMEs with a good understanding of what is realistic and practical and with an interest in finding a constructive roadmap that will complement LEA and research organisations — without creating a bottleneck of problems and obstructions.

Latest News

September 30th, 2016
CAMINO project has now ended with very sucessfull project review.

September 20th, 2016
CAMINO consortium members contributed to the book: Combatting Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism: Challenges, Trends and Priorities.
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September 15th, 2016
CAMINO project with two other CSA consortia has developed a consolidated roadmap to fight against cyber crime and cyber terrorism.

April 13th, 2016
CAMINO, the European project co-ordinated by ITTI Sp. z o.o. is now over.
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