FRISCO to participate in SRE 2023 with TCO Cluster in Brussels, BE
The FRISCO project will participate along with the TCO Cluster of sibling projects, ALLIES and TATE, in this year’s “Security Research Event 2023: Societal transformations, climate change and digitalisation – a new paradigm of Security Research?” between 24-25 October 2023, in Brussels, Belgium.
During the event, the TCO Cluster will have a joint booth at the designated exhibition area, where project representatives will engage with participants and will raise awareness about the Terrorist Content Online Regulation.
The event will include thematic panel discussions, raising questions such as Foreseeing risks, developing EU capabilities: can we do more? Digitalisation of society: new threats, new opportunities, new responses? Natural, accidental and intentional disasters of the future: are we prepared?
About SRE: The Security Research Event (SRE) is an important annual event where industry, governments and knowledge institutions come together to discuss the state of play and current challenges for security research in Europe, as well as its future steps.
The emerging challenges of megatrends are shifting the security environment within the EU, at the same time, climate change, followed by extreme weather conditions is affecting our society’s well-being. The real and digital worlds are increasingly intertwined, deeply impacting society at every level, thus creating new opportunities for criminal actions. Therefore, the societal changes caused by climate change and rapid digitalisation have raised a debate on the role of EU security research.
Finally, the exhibition will be open throughout the duration of the event and it will be enriched with small scale demos prepared by selected projects.
To participate in the event, register here.
The Terrorist Content Regulation (TCO) cluster aims to inform small and micro-hosting providers about the new regulation on terrorist content online and what their new obligations are. Tools will be created to report and immediately remove the content while respecting human rights and fundamental freedoms.