Cybersecurity is the protection of internet-connected systems such as hardware, software and data from cyber-threats. The practice is used by individuals and enterprises to protect against unauthorised access to data centres and other computerised systems. Cyberattacks are an ever-growing threat to government infrastructure and data warehouses. This entailed assaults on physical infrastructure, theft of data and identities, and disruptions in work. Failing to plan for cyber threats as part of emergency management procedures is detrimental the security of European citizens.
What do we do?
Since october 2022, PSCE is partner in the EITHOS project (European Identity Theft Observatory System) which objective is to provide a centralized framework for detecting and protecting identity theft (audio, video deepfakes). The sytem is targeted both at EU citizens, to support to victims with an open access to the Observatory, and to support investigations from Law Enforcement Authorities. The website is under construction and will be available soon.