News & Events

  • 2021-04-15

    EU-HYBNET held its 1st Future Trends Workshop, #FTW

    On 31st of March 2021, the EU-HYBNET consortium held its first virtual Future Trends Workshop, #FTW. This workshop also marked the start of the EU-HYBNET month, which will gather the consortium and EU-HYBNET network around several interesting virtual events until the 28th of April 2021.

  • 2021-03-23


    Cross-projects collaboration workshop held on 9 March 2021 marked the beginning of cooperation between EU projects “End-to-end Security of the Digital Single Market’s E-commerce and Delivery Service Ecosystem” – ENSURESEC and “Cybersecurity Skills Alliance - A New Vision for Europe” – REWIRE. The aim of the workshop was to find the synergy between the projects and set up the key action points to start the collaboration. 

  • 2020-11-17

    Innovation governance based on the diversity of factors that Shaped the Development of the SPARTA T-SHARK Program

    One of four Programs in SPARTA, T-SHARK aims to develop and validate methodological, organisational and technological solutions, thereby extending cybersecurity in order to achieve a comprehensive organisation of security functions that focus on threat prediction and full-spectrum cybersecurity awareness, providing high situational awareness and timely warning of threats.  Significantly, T-SHARK and 19 of its partners have focused their primary efforts on the question of delivering full-spectrum cybersecurity awareness with the goal of informing decision and policymakers on broad, long-term issues.

  • 2020-11-12

    Cyber competence development ecosystem started by SPARTA and further explored by REWIRE

    A few years agothe EC launched 4 pilot projects, namely SPARTA, CONCORDIA, ECHO and CyberSec4Europe in an attempt to take a leading role in developing an EU cybersecurity competence ecosystem. These pilot projects bring together more than 160 partners, including large companies, SMEs, universities and cybersecurity research institutes from 26 EU Member States. 

  • 2020-11-05
  • 2020-08-31

    EU-HYBNET project brings different actors together to counter hybrid threats

    Empowering a Pan-European Network to Counter Hybrid Threats (EU-HYBNET) is the first European project with a specific focus on preparing for and countering hybrid threats and on developing and building an European network in this field. The five-year project coordinated by Laurea University of Applied Sciences was launched in May 2020.

  • 2020-05-26

    European-wide project on countering hybrid threats kicked off

    The Lithuanian Cybercrime Center of Excellence for Training, Research and Education L3CE ( together with the strongest partners in Europe working in the field of cyber threats, launched the EU-HYBNET (Empowering a Pan-European Network to Counter Hybrid Threatsproject in a virtual conference on May 12, 2020. The aim of the project is to develop a European network that is able to detect, prepare for and counter hybrid threats. This five-year-long project is funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Programme. The EU-HYBNET project consortium consists of 23 organisations representing 16 European countries. 

  • 2020-03-10


    The DRIVER+ Advanced Crisis Management Conference was a very successful event which brought together over 220 Crisis Management specialists, academics and technology developers from throughout Europe and beyond. The event was the culmination of several years of work involving Trials, demonstrations, technology assessments and research to help improve crisis management throughout Europe, in particular in connection with climate change related events such as wildfires and flooding.

    The conference provided a unique overview of how crisis management organisations can use the project’s outputs to select and evaluate solutions addressing identified crisis management gaps on a thorough, methodological basis. It constituted an invaluable opportunity to access cutting-edge research, Trial feedback and technological solutions, with assessment insights from leading researchers and practitioners.

  • 2019-12-03
  • 2019-10-07
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  • Lion DC Newsletter #4

    2021-04-15 Projects

    Dear Reader,
    Welcome to the fourth edition of the Lion DC project newsletter.
    Organisations all over the Europe were forced to adapt to the new era which derived from COVID-19 crisis. In this framework, LION DC consortium changed its time plan, schedule and sequence of actions, implementing innovative alternatives to successfully meet project’s goals, offering to LEAs useful training sessions and information in the best way possible. It’s been a while since the third issue of our newsletter, thus, going through the current version, you will find out plenty of consortium’s activities.

  • Strengthening European Network Centres of Excellence in Cybercrime

    2016-02-02 Projects

    The project “Strengthening European Network Centres of Excellence in Cybercrime“ (hereinafter – SENTER project, Reference No HOME/2014/ISFP/AG/7170) is funded by the European Commission under Internal Security Fund-Police 2014-2020 (ISFP).

    The main goal of the project is to create a single point of Reference for EU national Cybercrime Centres of Excellence (hereinafter – CoE) and develop further the Network of national CoE into well-defined and well-functioning community.

  • Project „Automated analysis of the economic and political state of CIS and Eastern Partnership countries based on open access sources”, ECOPOL

    2015-10-13 Projects

    Since 1st September of 2015 an implementation of the project „Automated analysis of the economic and political state of CIS and Eastern Partnership countries based on open access sources”, ECOPOL (hereinafter – the project) has started. The project is based on the Agreement with Lithuanian Science Council signed on 26 August of 2015 (Agreement No REP-9/2015).

  • Forensic training programs

    2014-12-29 Training

    One of the priority areas for the L3CE is training programs which are developed and acquired within the boundaries of competence. The activity involved with training programs combine: needs identification for development of required skills and knowledge; foreign training programs adaptation and preparation for use; self-creation of training programs and their accreditation; education of lecturers. Moreover, L3CE accumulates and publicizes.  

  • “The analysis of the peculiarity of IoT technology, cybercrime on IoT and existing methods of digital forensics readiness and investigation“

    2014-12-27 News from Partners

    In the analysis a brief history of the Internet of Things (IoT) is presented, further it introduces basic concepts, the IoT features, barriers having the potential to retard the development of the IoT and trends shaping the future of the IoT. A review of the main technologies that influence the development of the IoT – communication, protocols, and hardware and software elements – is presented here. The social aspects of the IoT – both the benefits and the fears and dangers regarding the IoT (ethics, privacy, legal and security aspects) are discussed as well.

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