Integrated Mission Group for Security (IMG-S)
CAMINO proposal and consortium originates from the IMG-S Thematic Area Cyber Security (TA7).

IMG-S website: IMG-S website, IMG-S LinkedIn profile: IMG-S LinkedIn profile

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IMG-S members have extensive experience in European security research and are active participants in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). There are around 230 members from 119 organisations in 24 Member States and associated countries.

IMG-S Technology Area (TA) Groups provide consensual research priorities in 7 technical domains.

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TA7 has following research priorities:

  • Cyber security and resilience of next-generation infrastructures (NGI)
  • Trust management in federated networks
  • Anomaly detection in networks
  • Security and trust of e-government services
  • Ethical, legal and societal aspects of cyber defence
  • Protecting personal information
  • Efficient cyber-events audit trail
  • Attribution
  • Cultural and practical techniques to enable cyber security
  • Standardisation

TA7 was created in 2012 as an IMG-S joint effort, combining expertise on the societal aspects of cyber, communications, networks and information processing and management with the purpose of providing a holistic approach to security and resilience.
Considering the ubiquity of cyber space in every aspect of modern societies, it is understood that exploited vulnerabilities may lead to disturbing or potentially dangerous effects for Society.
TA7 aims to develop a new paradigm in cyber security that provides a more secure, a sustainable economic model and better social environment.

CAMINO Supporting Members
We have support of 22 Supporting Members who signed relevant letters of support and who will be the project partners interested in project results and involved in the project activities.

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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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