Ceasefire is committed to building a community of stakeholders that are relevant to the
project goals and can benefit from each results. To this end, an expanded CEASEFIRE
Community is being built, to facilitate interactions between the project and relevant
stakeholders, such as various LEAs, relevant LEA user communities, initiatives or established
bodies and other EC-funded projects.
If one is interested in joining the mailing list of the CEASEFIRE community, please complete the form with your full name, your organization/institution/agency and your professional e-mail address and then press Submit. All personal information are kept internally within Ceasefire, adhering to the highest privacy standards.
Sister projects are an integral part of the CEASEFIRE Community. Currently, the following
Cut The Cord
The Cut The Cord -CTC (GA 101036276) project is an EU-ISF-Police funded project with 30 months duration that kicked off in November 2021. Its consortium consists of 10 partners from across Europe. It aims at preventing and disrupting terrorism financing through a public-private cooperation enhancement, capacity building and preparedness of the end-users regarding Countering Terrorism Financing. CTC will provide technical solutions based on Artificial Intelligence tools for data acquisition and analysis of financial transactions (e.g., cryptocurrency transactions). To achieve the above objectives and in order to maximize the applicability and usability of CTC, the project aspires to form a strong Stakeholder Community, with members from key group audiences such as Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs), Financial Authorities and payment Services, Cryptocurrency Anti Money Laundering Organisations and Policy Makers and more.
TRACE is a three-year Horizon 2020 research project, assembling 17 international partners todevelop solutions that will:
- Identify, track and document illicit money flows
- Disrupt illicit money flows
- Pave the way for recovering the proceeds of crime
TRACE solutions enable law enforcement agencies to detect and combat money-laundering operations and the financing of organised crime and terrorism by increasing the efficiency of information sharing. Every year, cross-border investigations into illicit money flows are hindered by fragmented e-evidence. TRACE addresses this issue by delivering a modular open-source framework for money-laundering investigations which can be tailored to meet law enforcement agencies’ needs. It will enable investigators to scrape data in any given language, analyse it and visualise the results.
Anti-FinTer is improving law enforcement capabilities, increasing capacity and developing expertise in the area of terrorist financing associated with activities associated with the Dark Web and crypto-assets. These improvements are brought about by three distinct actions: first, through the facilitation of knowledge exchange among stakeholders and the documentation of best practices, risk analysis and policy recommendations; second, through the integration of existing EU project results to create a Toolkit for training investigators and analysts in new investigative techniques that include crypto-asset, image, and Dark Web analysis to identify common actors and correlate terrorist activity with cryptocurrency transactions, and artificial intelligence analytics for detecting transaction anomalies; third, through the development of an online training curricula and exercise environment.