Welcome to the CyberROAD Survey on Cybercrime

Thank you for participating in our survey.

CyberROAD is a research project funded by the European Commission. The project's aim is to identify current and future issues in the fight against cybercrime and cyberterrorism in order to develop a definitive research roadmap.

Cybercrime potentially affects all of us as technology penetrates ever deeper into our everyday lives. Appropriately, we should each be able to contribute to the development of a set of guidelines where the aim is to pinpoint areas of research that may currently be neglected or overlooked. The CyberROAD team would very much like your help in this matter in order that we may gather as much information, on a variety of subjects, as is possible.

We shall be providing an in-depth analysis of all the technological, social, legal, ethical, political, and economic aspects on which cybercrime and cyber-terrorism are rooted. You can contribute to this work through a series of 3 surveys. The intial survey targets basic aspects of your relationship with cybercrime, either personally or through your work.

We hope you will enjoy participating in our project and we look forward to your your responses. Please note the survey is anonymous and providing contact data is entirely optional

Data Protection

The CyberROAD project is committed to the protection of personal data. CyberROAD adheres to Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2000 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community, institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data. Further information is available here: http://europa.eu/legislation_summaries/information_society/data_protection/l24222_en.htm

CybeROAD also adheres to the Code of Standards and Ethics for Market, Opinion, and Social Research (CASRO). Further information is available here: http://www.casro.org/?page=TheCASROCode2014

Survey Contact - jart.armin@cyberroad.eu

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