Cross-border access to electronic evidence: is there any light at the end of the tunnel?
With a substantial number of criminal activities, ranging from attacks against information systems to ‘old-school’ fraud and extortion, taking place in online settings, electronic information
TRACE training programme is now in development
TRACE is beginning a new phase, preparing training resources and sessions for law enforcement, legal practitioners, and financial regulators showing how our insights and technology
DeFi Regulation in the EU: should we act now?
European Union states continue to take significant steps towards improving crypto assets regulation. Regulation of operations with crypto assets at the EU level is extremely
Registries of beneficial owners in the European Union: Freedom of information or protection of privacy?
In Joined Cases C-37/20 and C-601/20, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled that Article 1(15)(c) of the Directive 2018/843 (5th AML/CFT Directive)
Anti-Money Laundering/Combating the Financing of Terrorism Compliance: Europe to implement more comprehensive regulation for cryptoassets
TRACE has passed its first year and in the two years since its inception a lot has changed. The timeframe in the financial sector is
TRACE Consortium meets in Tallinn
The EU funded TRACE project aims to trace illicit money flows in various organised crime schemes by utilisation of cutting edge AI technology. The TRACE Consortium met
Optimising AI solutions for Law Enforcement Agencies – TRACE partners discuss development plans in Vienna
On 29 July 2022, the TRACE project technical partners (AIT) and socio-legal research partners (Coventry University and VICESSE) met at the Austrian Institute of Technology
Response of the EU-funded projects to the EC consultation on a proposed Cyber Resilience Act
The European Commission (EC) has issued a call for evidence for an impact assessment in connection with its proposed Cyber Resilience Act. In response to
How can Law Enforcement Agencies tackle terrorism using web forensics?
Web forensic and open-source intelligence (OSINT) are the basic tools used for information gathering related to crime in cyberspace. The use of new and advanced