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Malware Behaviours in a Changing Cyberthreat Landscape

In late May 2021, PaCCS Communications Officer Kate McNeil sat down with Cardiff University’s Professor Omer Rana to discuss his work on Modelling Victim, Business, Regulatory and Malware Behaviours in a Changing Cyberthreat Landscape. This project was funded by the EPSRC. Kate McNeil: Thank you for taking the time to speak with me today! Would […]

Understanding Transnational Organised Crime

An academic research synthesis report by Professor David Wall (Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, University of Leeds). This report was jointly commissioned by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to identify common research themes and areas of interest among the eleven projects funded by the PaCCS Transnational Organised Crime (TNOC) […]

Reports and Policy Briefings

PaCCS is proud to host a robust collection of reports and briefing documents which provide concise summaries and sets of recommendations designed for policymakers, practitioners, and those working outside of these areas of academic expertise. Our reports touch upon a range of issues across the areas of conflict, cyber security, and transnational organized crime. Reports […]

2021 Virtual Conference on Serious Organised Crime: Resources and Reference Materials

The 2021 PaCCS Virtual Conference on Serious Organised Crime seeks to develop our understanding of serious organised crime and identify ways to undermine the threats and harms engendered by serious organised crime. We aim to do so by creating the conditions for two-way exchange of knowledge. During this conference, policy-makers, practitioners and researchers will come […]

NEW Conflict-related Funding Calls – Offers for Collaboration

With the Partnership inviting proposals for two NEW Conflict-related funding calls, researchers are encouraged to explore possible collaborations in advance of the application deadlines in July 2016.  To support this, researchers and practitioners are invited to submit offers for collaboration that can be shared with others interested in the calls. It is hoped this will facilitate networking opportunities […]