OPEN-SOURCE 911 FOR DIGITAL SPACE
How do we create an open-source automated dispatch center in the digital space, allowing any organization to improve its reporting, warning and response mechanisms?
September 11 – 13
September 11 – 13
Create a new type of automated dispatch center for digital crime, incentivizing everyone to share and exchange relevant incidents, data and solutions to fight digital crime and increase resilience by improving security, incident response, crisis management and public safety.
Digital crime is rising and seriously disrupting society, from cancelled medical operations to SMEs paying ransomware. Ransomware alone is predicted to hit USD 20 billion in damages in 2021, and cyber crime is more profitable than the illegal drug trade.
Law enforcement is often too late as they cannot act until a crime is reported, and cannot anticipate and prevent digital crime. This is increasingly important given its global nature. Crime isn’t reported to prevent reputational damage and because it ‘won’t be solved anyway’, if there is even a clear way to report.
There is no true security community or ecosystem that allows everyone to contribute, warn and act.
Law enforcement and cyber security firms cannot analyze transregional data to enable better and faster action, as current systems are fragmented, centralized and government owned.
Public-private collaboration is a game changer in combating cyber crime, from isolated SMEs to large coordinated attacks on national infrastructure, and allows everyone to contribute to security and safety.
A WINNING TEAM WILL...
Co-create an early warning and action system which allows organizations and ecosystems to learn from each other.
Consult SMEs, organizations and their IT providers. Do incentives include easy contribution, real-time feedback, anonymity as needed?
Co-create an inclusive, open source protocol solution on which anyone can build applications.
Demonstrate a potential application’s usefulness to stakeholders.
Stichting Cybersafety Noord-Nederland
Samenwerking Noord (including IT service providers like IBM, CGI, KPN, Bossers & Cnossen, NoRisk IT and GetThere)
Connect FRL (including partners like Achmea and Aegon)
Bedrijvenvereniging WEST in Groningen (SME association)
Groningen Justice department
Hogeschool van Amsterdam
WITH THE WINNER
The challenge ecosystem commits to supporting the best team(s) in development and implementation. Sufficient funding for pilots is available. Beginning startups receive custom support.
THIS CHALLENGE CONTRIBUTES TO SOLVING:
16.7 The responsive, inclusive, participatory and representative decision-making at all levels.
The team is creative and does not rely on legacy solutions.
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