The BISITE Research Group collaborates with the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (ECTEG) of Europol in ECTEG Global Cybercrime Certification (GCC), a project that will develop a certification in the field of cybercrime specifically for the State Security Forces and Corps. The group’s director, Juan Manuel Corchado, and fellow cybersecurity experts Manuel López and Pablo Plaza, have been working intensively with the rest of the team and a large group of representatives from European police and military forces.
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We are proud to be able to collaborate and lead this initiative together with colleagues from Anglia Ruskin University in the UK.
The ECTEG is composed of law enforcement agencies from the European Union and the Member States of the European Economic Area, international organisations, academia, private industry and experts.
The main objective of the working group is to provide experience and expertise to further improve the coordination of cybercrime training, identifying opportunities to strengthen countries’ capacity to combat cybercrime through the development and delivery of a robust and sustainable training programme.
Funded by the European Commission and working closely with Europol-EC3 and CEPOL, both members of the advisory group, its activities aim, among other things, to support the international effort to harmonise cybercrime training across international borders. In addition to sharing knowledge, experience and finding training solutions and promoting standardisation of methods and procedures for training programmes and cooperation with other international organisations.