Versatile artificial intelligence investigative technologies for revealing online cross-border financing activities of terrorism

Anti-FinTer will improve law enforcement capabilities, increase capacity and develop expertise in the area of terrorist financing associated with activities in:

Dark Web

The term dark web refers to encrypted online content that is not indexed by conventional search engines.

Darknet Marketplaces

Darknet markets are dark web black markets that offer illicit goods for sale, often using cryptocurrencies as a method of payment.

New Payment Systems

A payment system is any system used to settle financial transactions through the transfer of monetary value.

Crypto-assets

A crypto asset (cryptocurrency) is part of digital currencies (all electronic money).

Improvements will be brought about by three distinct actions:​

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Through the facilitation of knowledge exchange among stakeholders and the documentation of best practices, risk analysis and policy recommendations in four workshops and multiple virtual meetings;

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Through the integration of existing TRL6+ tools (e.g., GraphSense5, Dark Web Monitor6) to create a Toolkit for training investigators and analysts in new investigative techniques.

#3

Through the development of training curricula and an exercise environment that will be organized and carried out during the project it will ensure a wider impact for the curricula, which will be made available afterwards through organizations such as Europol, CEPOL and FRONTEX.

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In Cooperation with

This project was funded by the European Union’s Internal Security Fund — Police under the Grant Agreement No. 101036262

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