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EU Security Research Projects Awarded (19/07/2017)

NEWLY AWARDED PROJECTS: InvizBox Go 4G – Security and Privacy, Everywhere The annual cost of cybercrime is estimated to reach nearly EUR 3 trillion by 2019 and the value of the cyber security market will hit EUR 100 billion. Across the EU, 68 percent of Internet users say they are concerned about identity theft. InvizBox…

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EU defence agency studies technology with civil security potential

By BROOKS TIGNER , BRUSSELS – The European Defence Agency (EDA) will soon be reviewing bids in response to one of its tenders to investigate a new kind of technology to protect military air platforms and other targets from attack. The technology could have direct applications for civil security end-users such as police, border control and law enforcement agencies as well – though that would only be a knock-on effect of the research contract since its primary purpose is to benefit Europe’s militaries. The EDA’s call for bids on the future work has just closed. Though its budget is modest, the technological implications are far-reaching since the goal is to scientifically investigate how to...