CounteR Project’s Migration to Open Telekom Cloud

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At the heart of CounteR’s principles are ethics and privacy, two critical factors in the world of digital technology. As an increasing number of individuals and organizations are recognizing the importance of data privacy and ethical practices, CounteR is committed to aligning its operations with these vital issues. This move to the Open Telekom Cloud is in direct response to these critical needs, enhancing our ability to maintain stringent ethical and privacy standards.

Cloud-based infrastructure is a vital part of CounteR’s development and staging environments, allowing for flexible, secure, and efficient data management. A public cloud infrastructure, like the one offered by Open Telekom Cloud, provides additional benefits, such as cost-effectiveness, data sovereignty, compute power, customizable options and superior privacy control, aligning with our mission to prioritize data privacy.

In our recent developments, the piloting session held during the General Meeting in Milan proved to be incredibly beneficial. The constructive feedback obtained from this session has given us valuable insights that we plan to leverage for enhancing the CounteR platform and its components. This feedback will be instrumental in driving the next phase of our development and progress.

Looking ahead, CounteR is excited to announce the upcoming webinar on radicalization and AI. The webinar aims to provide an in-depth understanding of these complex topics and facilitate a broader discussion around them. The exact date for this informative session will be announced soon, so stay tuned for updates.

The Privacy-First Situational Awareness Platform for Violent Terrorism and Crime Prediction, Counter Radicalization and Citizen Protection Project or CounteR is funded by the Horizon 2020 program of the European Union and submitted under the H2020-SU-SEC-2020 call for proposals with the project ID 101021607.

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