May 13th, 2014
CAMINO is the Coordination and Support Action titled "Comprehensive Approach to cyber roadMap coordINation and develOpment", a European research project in the security domain "Developing a Cyber crime and cyber terrorism research agenda" funded by the European Union's 7th Framework Programme.

The two year project commenced on the 1 April 2014. The CAMINO Consortium comprises ten partners from eight European countries: ITTI Sp. z o.o. and Police academy from Poland; Everis Aerospacial y Defensa S.L. and S21SEC Information Security Labs S.L. from Spain; Sec-Control Finland Ltd. from Finland; DFRC AG from Switzerland; Espion Ltd. from Ireland; CBRNE Ltd. from the UK; The National Research Council CNR from Italy, and University of Montpellier from France. There are also 22 supporting members including overseas external experts. CAMINO is led by ITTI, and is coordinated by Dr. Michał Choraś.

In April, the Consortium celebrated the project kick-off meeting in Poznań (Poland). All partners were present and actively participated in specific sub-group working sessions aiming to better define the further workplan and the actions needed to meet the project goals.

The CAMINO main strategic objectives are as follows:

1. Develop a comprehensive cyber crime and cyber terrorism research agenda, and
2. Initiate long-term activities with the aim to provide a stable EU platform of security research experts and organisations.

CAMINO will prepare the guidelines, its profesional community's recommendations and a comprehensive research roadmap for the European Commission regarding fighting cyber crime and cyber terrorism. CAMINO is offering a long-term EU cyber research platform with the cyber security "think tank". CAMINO is already strongly linked to the EU Integrated Mission Group for Security (IMG-S) Cyber Security Thematic Area (TA7) which is currently led by ITTI together with DFRC and Sec-Control Finland.

The first CAMINO workshop will be held on the 18 September 2014 in Bern in Switzerland (organised by DFRC).

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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