Survey CyberEU about citizens' awareness of the threat of terrorist related and other types of cybercrime

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The cyberspace is increasingly used as a medium to illegally fund, recruit, train, and incite individuals against European social and democratic ideals.

The core aim of the PROPHETS project is to examine the process of behavioural radicalisation online and how it leads to hate speech, terrorist financing, terrorist-generated content, and terrorist recruitment and training. 

Half of the world's population has access to the Internet and thus runs the risk of falling victim to cybercrime. In these times of COVID-19 and increased internet use, this risk is higher than ever before.

The CyberEU survey on cybercrime perception aims at understanding of different types of cybercrime, how the risk of becoming a victim of cybercrime is perceived and if the COVID-19 pandemic had any significant impact on online behaviour. Furthermore, questions will aim towards media use, cyber-security, technical commitment and general questions related to your personality.

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Learn more about the EU Horizon 2020 project PROPHETS



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