Online Survey: Cybersecurity and Privacy in Covid-19

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The 2020 pandemic created an unprecedented communications and interactions environment where the dependency on digital information and security was of paramount importance. People were forced to work from home without much prior notice. Work/organisational data was migrated from secure systems to personal devices. Meetings went from face-to-face physical events to virtual interactions via web-basd video conferencing and teleconferencing software and applications. Families relied on digital means of communication to maintain social ties. The elderly found themselves needing to adapt to such means of communication to keep in contact with loved ones. Citizens may have been asked to share their location and health data via mobile applications in order to safeguard themselves and their community. The combination of these requirements and behaviours led to paradigm shifts which raised weakness and threats which hitherto had not existed. Data privacy became even more sensitive.

The objective of this survey is to understand the change in social interactions and at the same time to understand society's acceptance of the social good of people giving up some of their privacy (as part of our project - your personal details will not be asked for and only the information from the survey will be stored). The results will be collected and analysed in the deliverable 3.5 (Risk and recommendations on cybersecurity services) to be submitted on October 2020.


The pdf presentations of the European Cluster for Securing #Critical

Future Events

The third Annual Fraud & Financial Crime Europe will focus on analysing the risks to determine the solutions in combating Fraud and Financial Crime.

01/09/2020 to 02/09/2020

Information security and privacy have already been established as some of the most crucial aspects of technology especially in a world that is migrating to digital applications by the day. This has inevitably led to the emergence of technologies that support the safety and dependability of the ever-increasing sensitive data handled by these applications. Additionally, besides these technologies which target security by their design, there are other technologies, such as machine learning, which could potentially be applied to security in innovative schemes. 

17/09/2020 to 18/09/2020