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OrganisationCentro de Estudios de Iberoamérica. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Country

Spain

Inserted:

14 Mar 2018

Expires:

14 Sep 2020

Project Title

Jihadist terrorism in the european union

Description

The proposed project aims to examine the frames and political-legal instruments and the practice of the States of the European Union and of the EU itself to deal with the risks, challenges and threats resulting from the use, making of the information technologies and communication of different terrorist groups jihadists and criminal, with the ultimate goal of determining the obstacles to cooperation in the framework of the EU as well as the gaps that there are still cover to consolidate a European cyberspace peaceful, free, and secure.

Expertise sought/offered

Specialists in cyberterrorism, cyber risks and terrorists. Knowledge in research project management and Data analysis.

Tasks offered/requested

* Perform statistical analyses
* Develop an ICT application



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