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  • SENTER Network and ENLETS announced new cooperation agreement.

    2018-05-08 News & Events

    The Association “Network for Strengthening European Network Centres of Excellence in Cybercrime" (SENTER Network) and European Network of Law Enforcement Technology Services (ENLETS) have announced a new cooperation agreement to stimulate research for law enforcement in the area of countering cybercrime, enhance co-creation activities and foster information sharing between low enforcement and research community. 

  • Upcoming OSINT training module – developed within the SENTER-project

    2018-03-26 News & Events

    After having successfully registered to the second, within the SENTER-project developed online-based training program for LEA, more than 75 participants from ten European countries are going to attend the ‘OSINT’ (Open Source Intelligence) training module in Vilnius in April. As in the first ‘Internet Technologies’ training module too, the University of Albstadt-Sigmaringen developed and performs the training using the blended learning concept, a form of learning that combines the advantages of face-to-face events and e-learning. The training lasts two months and the chosen learning concept enables the participants to further their education accompanying the job. In addition to a “Certificate of Attendance”, the participants have the opportunity to pass an additional, voluntary exam to receive an “Academic certification”.

  • U.S. Embassy Delegation Visited Cybercrime Centre July 14th

    2016-07-15 News & Events
  • 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).