Cybercrime is a risk for any society, weakens confidence in Information and Communication technologies and threatens international peace and stability. In its fight against cybercrime, one of the most difficult challenges for the European Union is to homogenise the jurisdictions of the Member States, promoting common collaboration frameworks (from legal and technical perspectives) and developing more advanced tools.
Hence, EU projects should make efforts to achieve high-quality results, cover a clearly demanded need and generate a permanent impact. To this end, LOCARD has recently joined forces with its sister project ROXANNE, which brings a consortium composed by Law Enforcement Agencies, industry and academia. Amongst its main objectives, ROXANNE aims to improve and assist police investigations by developing tools to accelerate investigative processes, and an interactive platform with AI intelligence that will combine advanced text, speech, and language technologies, along with network analysis.
All information about the project is available HERE.