Do you want to get involved in the co-creation of tools to respond to security and privacy threats? Follow the TRUST aWARE proje
Cibervoluntarios team begins to coordinate the co-creation of tools to respond to threats in security and privacy for the European project TRUST aWARE, within the Horizon 2020 program. An initiative that Fundación Cibervoluntarios will develop until 2024 in collaboration with other European entities, to evaluate and demonstrate in two pilot phases the impacts of digital solutions created within the consortium in a real environment with citizens and stakeholders. With the participation of different groups of citizens - including populations in vulnerable situations and in four EU countries: Spain, Italy, France and Romania.
We have just launched TRUST aWARE website with more information and we invite you to follow us. Do you want to get involved in the co-creation of tools to respond to your privacy and security needs? Follow our project for updates and ask us for information on how to participate.
Our co-creation work will provide citizen responses to improve the tools that ensure that citizens can assess and control the risks associated with their interaction with software and online services. We want to empower citizens, so that they are better informed and trained and better evaluate their general exposure to risk and their confidence in computer programs. TRUST aWARE tools and solutions will provide effective mechanisms to protect citizens' freedom, security, and privacy across all platforms, while increasing user confidence in software, cybersecurity, and the digital market position of the European Union. Specifically, TRUST aWARE will facilitate:
• Easy-to-use tools and training to protect citizens against cyber threats related to security and privacy (attacks, abusive practices and inappropriate behaviors of digital services) that allow them to better understand, control, detect and respond to them in timely manner, as well as configure your own security and privacy protection settings.
• Collective intelligence and support to CERTs (Computer Emergency Response Team) and Authorities in collaboration with citizens, security officials and trusted colleagues to guarantee and audit that digital products and their security and privacy practices are transparent, secure and compliant with the normative.
• Knowledge to promote security and privacy software design engineering by supporting developers and operators of digital services with standards and certification methods for compliance with European security and privacy regulations.