We have just released a set of white papers on cybercrime and cyberterrorism that identify the best practices on cybersecurity for different business sectors. The documents examine the current status of the digital […]
On the 11th of April, EU policymakers, industry and research organisations gathered in Brussels for the second Hermeneut Cyber Policy Lab. Consortium partner, the European Organisation for Security (EOS), hosted the workshop.
On the 28th of February 2019, we held the workshop “Hermeneut methodology for end-users” at Fondazione Toscana Gabriele Monasterio (Pisa, Italy).
The project consortium presented the application of the Hermeneut […]
In our increasingly complex and interconnected world, we need to reconsider our perception of cyber risk and cyber threats. Traditional risk models rely heavily on probabilistic approaches. However, new advances in digital technologies […]