Organised crime and terrorism are increasingly utilising virtual currencies and dark web services, exploiting their pseudo-anonymity.
These fast-evolving threats are putting a strain on European law enforcement agencies as traditional means of regulation and law enforcement quickly reach their limits.
The TITANIUM supports law enforcement agencies when investigating crimes perpetrated through the use of virtual currencies and/or the darknet.
Trilateral Research leads the privacy impact assessment of TITANIUM. Trilateral is also responsible for the project’s dissemination, training and exploitation activities. Additionally, Trilateral will play a key role in the organisation of the training activities aimed at LEAs and it will develop a business plan to ensure the commercialisation of TITANIUM’s services.
The TITANIUM project develops new forensic tools aiming to:
(i) monitor trends in virtual currency and darknet market ecosystems
(ii) analyse transactions across different virtual currency databases, detecting illicit activities
(iii) generate court-proof evidence reports based on reproducible and legally compliant analytical procedures
TITANIUM constructs a legal, societal and ethical framework to support compliance.
The TITANIUM project contributes to:
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The TITANIUM project – Tools for the Investigation of Transactions in Underground Markets- has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 740558.
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