13 Feb UNCOVER Project Holds its Consortium Meeting in Amsterdam
project, which aims to develop a framework for uncovering hidden data in
digital media, held its third consortium meeting in Amsterdam, Netherlands,
from January 22 to 25, 2024. The meeting brought together representatives from
22 partners from 9 European countries, including law enforcement agencies
(LEAs) and research institutes.
The meeting was
an opportunity for the consortium to share the achievements, challenges, and
plans for the future of the project. Some of the highlights of the meeting were
that the project coordinator, presented an overview of the project’s progress
and deliverables, as well as the feedback from the European Commission; the
project partners showcased their work on various aspects of the project, such
as steganography tool collection and analysis, detector development and
evaluation, platform design and integration, training package development and
dissemination, and ethical and legal issues; the project partners also
discussed the challenges and solutions related to the project, and also planned
the next steps and actions for the project, such as preparing for the final outcomes
and ensuring the sustainability and exploitation of the project results.
The meeting was a fruitful and productive event, where the partners exchanged their experiences and achievements, and aligned their vision and actions for the final phase of the project.