Jan 2012 – Feb 2015
The ETTIS project seek to identify, understand and assess future security threats, security needs and opportunities for societal security. The project is conducted in close collaboration with stakeholder institutions and organisations such as relevant governmental ministries, EU institutions and security institutions.
Rocco Bellanova successfully defended his PhD thesis at the Université Saint-Louis - Bruxelles on Tuesday 5 May. His thesis is titled The politics of data protection: what does data protection do? and analyzes the powers and politics of data protection, in particular in relation to the deployment of security technologies based on passenger data. The PhD is awarded jointly by the Centre de Recherche en Science Politique (CReSPo) of the Université Saint-Louis and the Law, Science, Technology and Society (LSTS) of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
On January 11, the EU funded project (FP7) European Security Trends and Threats in Society (ETTIS), coordinated by Peter’s team, will hold its kick-off meeting at PRIO. ETTIS is a collaborative research project that gathers ten highly distinguished research institutions from Europe and Israel.