IRISS meets ETTIS at the workshop on prioritisation of research-based opportunities in cyber security and Professional Security Capabilities (PSC)

IRISS meets ETTIS at the workshop on prioritisation of research-based opportunities in cyber security and Professional Security Capabilities (PSC), London, 19 June 2014 

The ETTIS consortium organised a workshop in London on 19 June 2014 (0900-1630) focusing on the assessment and prioritisation of research based opportunities for strategic long-term planning in security research. The event was held at Imperial College’s South Kensington Campus – Sherfield Building Seminar & Learning Centre. There were 21 participants on the day. The workshop focussed on different aspects in cyber-related topics such as Cyber Civic Resilience (CCR), Cyber Defense Decision Support (CDDS) and also on Professional Security Capabilities (PSC).The WP leader AIT provided an overview of work done so far on CDDS and CCR.  During the workshop the ETTIS consortium and invited experts discussed the pre-identified research based-opportunities in two thematic groups. Rowena Rodrigues from Trilateral Research presented the key research findings and results of the IRISS project as part of the cross-fertilization efforts advocated by the ETTIS project officer. There was some evidence of the intended cross-fertilisation during the workshop discussions, particularly during the thematic discussion on surveillance and society, and the interest expressed in the outputs of the IRISS project (participants were directed to the project website) and the final conference.

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