Consortium Partners
To carry out the LOCARD project successfully, 19 institutions have been involved in its development to analyse the requirements not only from a technological perspective, but also from a social, cultural, ethical and legal perspective.

 

StAG Srl

StAG S.r.l. continues the history of StudioAG, a consultancy firm established in 2000 and specialising in Cyber Security, Data Protection, Digital Forensics, Compliance and Data Analysis.

 

MOTIVIAN

MOTIVIAN was established in 2005 and is considered as an innovative information and telecommunications systems integrator. MOTIVIAN was established in order to promote innovation and new technologies in the European ICT Market.

 

IMC Technologies

MC Technologies is an innovative SME based in Athens, Greece that was founded in 2004 as a spin-off of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) by researchers and computer engineers with high specialization in semantic technologies and engineering.

 

EEMA

EEMA is the leading independent, not for profit, European Think Tank including topics on identification, authentication, privacy, risk management, cyber security, the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and mobile applications.

 

Neurosoft S.A.

Neurosoft was founded in 1994 with the vision to provide superior products, innovative solutions and exclusive services to its international clients. Listed in AIM Milan (NRST:MI) since 2009,Neurosoft is a fully integrated ICT company with Software Development, System Integration and Information Security capabilities. 

 

INFOTREND

Infotrend Innovations is an ICT organisation founded in 1997 and is based in Nicosia Cyprus. The company provides technology solutions products and services in Cyprus and the Africa region.

 

University of Malta

The University of Malta (UM) is the highest teaching institution in Malta catering for some 11,500 students including over 1000 international students (450 are visiting students) from 92 different countries, following full-time or part-time degree and diploma courses.

 

Hellenic Police

The Hellenic Police assumed its present structure in 1984 when the Gendarmerie (Chorofylaki) and the Urban Police Forces (Astynomia Poleon) were merged (Law 1481/1-10-1984, Government Gazette 152 A).

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