An expert takes the floor

Fadi Abu Zuhri, cyber-psychology author:


"Influence and manipulation are among the many faces of cybercrime. That's why we need to protect our brains."


Highlights of the month

30 years World Wide Web, what's next?

During these 30 years, the web has created opportunity, given marginalized groups a voice and made the daily life easier. But it has also created opportunity for scammers, given a voice to those who spread hatred and made all kinds of crime easier to commit.


The Innovators: A conversation with Barbara Terra, Sales Director of Hacknowledge Luxembourg

Barbara told us a bit more about Hacknowledge and her collaboration with another LHoFT member UME and Security made in Luxembourg (SMILE). Read more...


Lancement de la Business Partnership Facility 2019

Suite au succès des trois premières éditions de la Business Partnership Facility en 2016, 2017 et 2018 un quatrième appel à projets de la facilité de financement est lancé le 1er mars 2019. Lire la suite...


Upcoming events

Cybersecurity Breakfast #30
Cyber-resilience for businesses and individuals.
How can EU policy help?

MICROSOFT and SECURITYMADEIN.LU invite four candidates to the European Parliament elections to discuss political decisions on cybersecurity.

Arch Summit 2019

Set in Luxembourg City, Arch Summit is the premier event for connecting tech startups with corporate decision-makers. Read more...

MISP Training (CERN) - Threat Intelligence for Analyst and Administrators (with a focus on NIDS such as Bro/Zeek)

The MISP training will demonstrate how the platform functions; explain how to share, comment and contribute data, and describe the future developments. Read more...


Key facts


ENISA: 15 years of building cybersecurity bridges together

Commissioner Gabriel said: “The security of citizens has always been one of the biggest priorities for the European Union. Since it was set up in 2004, ENISA has steadily worked to help reinforce the cybersecurity across the Union."

Phishing, virtual abuse of trust

Phishing is a type of computer attack that results in an attempt of identity theft. The attacker disguises his action under a seemingly legitimate request such as an email from a bank or a Skype message from a friend.

AIL framework - Framework for Analysis of Information Leaks

AIL is a modular framework to analyse potential information leaks from unstructured data sources like pastes from Pastebin or similar services or unstructured data streams. AIL framework is flexible and can be extended to support other functionalities to mine or process sensitive information (e.g. data leak prevention).

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