Ethics, privacy and responsibility by design – Join COPKIT’s webinar

We are delighted to announce that on 31 March 2021 COPKIT will be having its sixth public webinar to discuss the project’s ethics, privacy and responsibility by design approach to the development of data-driven policing technologies. Terrorism and organised crime are evolving phenomena with high societal impacts. Increasingly, criminal organisations use new technologies to strengthen their […]

A Knowledge Discovery tool to analyse darknet advertisements – Join COPKIT’s webinar

We are delighted to announce that on 22 April 2020 COPKIT will be having its second public webinar to introduce COPKIT’s Knowledge Discovery tool. In this webinar, our partners from the University of Granada will provide an overview of the fundamental aspects of the Knowledge Discovery tool, explaining how it can be employed to acquire new knowledge from […]

“Staying ahead of the curve” – Data-driven policing tools to combat crime and terrorism

Terrorism and organised crime are evolving phenomena with high societal impacts. Increasingly, criminal organisations use new technologies to strengthen their capabilities to support their activities, such as phishing kits and malware. As emphasised by Europol for almost all types of organised crime, criminals are deploying and adapting technology with ever greater skill and to ever […]

Join the Ethical and Societal Impact Advisory Board of the COPKIT project

Trilateral and COPKIT partners are now looking for new members to join its Ethical and Societal Impact Advisory Board (ESIAB) to support the project’s development in addressing ethical, legal and societal challenges related to the envisioned use the law enforcement investigation tools developed within the project. The use of new information and communication technologies by […]

How can new policing technology make our societies safer?

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While organised crime and terrorist groups are often at the forefront of technological innovation for planning, executing and concealing their criminal activities, law enforcement agencies (LEAs) often lag behind. LEAs are therefore in need of new policing technologies to identify, understand and counteract new threats and trends in crime. In most cases, technology prevents LEAs […]

Developing new technology to stay ahead of terrorism and organised crime

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Trilateral Research joins law enforcement agencies, technology and information systems companies and other research institutions from several EU countries in the newly launched, EU-funded COPKIT project, for a game-changing initiative to combat terrorism and organised crime. While organised crime and terrorist (OCT) groups are often at the forefront of technological innovation for planning, executing and […]