Provide an online Digital S&P Analysis (DS&PA) Lab , a framework for the analysis and auditing of S&P risks and threats, and regulatory compliance in software (desktop and mobile apps, websites, and browser extensions, including sub-components like 3rd party libraries/SDKs), ultimately exposed through an Application Programming Interface (API).
Provide a set of user co-created S&P Enhancing Tools, addressing consumers (individuals and organisations), for enhanced awareness, prevention, rapid detection and response to digital S&P threats.
Provide a collective S&P Cyber Threat Intelligence (S&PCTI) framework for S&P protection stakeholders – citizens, Computer Emergency Response Team (CERTs), Data Protection Authorities (DPAs), developers, and organisations represented by their Data Protection Officers (DPOs) and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs).
Research and analyse the socio-economic, ethical, legal, and standards aspects that are critical framework conditions to ensure the impact of the TRUST aWARE digital S&P protection tools.
Co-create, evaluate and demonstrate the impacts of TRUST aWARE in operational environment (TRL-7) with citizens and stakeholders, involving different citizens groups – including vulnerable populations and in 4 EU countries –, CERTs (CERTF and AB members) and DPAs (AB members).
Develop specific actions for fostering adoption and sustainability of the TRUST aWARE framework across stakeholders (citizens, CERTs, DPAs, developers) to maximise its impact by contributing to: digital S&P certification methods, standardisation actions, and effective communication and training in digital S&P.