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or Magecart, is a cybersecurity hacking technique that steals information as the consumer puts it into a online shopping website.


Agency of the European Union tasked with the important responsibility to foster an EU-wide culture of IT security, digital proficiency, cyber-resilience and cyber-readiness


Top EU stakeholders in the domain of IT security and cyber-readiness. The main goal of the organization remains to promote an EU-ecosystem devoted to foster research and awareness in the domain of cybersecurity.

Formative Evaluation

Day-by-day, both formal and informal, quality assurance assessment

Human-centered design

Human-centered design is a creative approach to problem-solving. It is a process that puts the people you are designing for, along with their needs, attitudes, experiences, and beliefs, at the center. In human-centered design, the audience is usually referred to as the user.

ICT tools

A set of technologies that have been developed to facilitate access to and exchange of data and information such as digital devices and appliances, wireless networks via Wi-Fi, apps and software designed to optimise communication, connectivity and productivity.


Malware typically consists of code developed by cyberattackers, designed to cause extensive damage to data and systems or to gain unauthorized access to a network. Malware is typically delivered in the form of a link or file over email and requires the user to click on the link or open the file to execute the malware.

Network scanning

is a procedure for identifying active devices on a network by employing a feature or features in the network protocol to signal devices and await a response.

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