The Centre for Cybercrime and Computer Security (CCCS) at Newcastle University carries out research and provides education to help make the Internet safer for families, businesses and organisations.
The CCCS team brings together police officers and research scientists to identify future modes of cybercrime and to design innovative, sustainable solutions.
CCCS provides training for parents through its SAFER Internet programme, and offers various university courses. Its researchers invent new technologies to protect against various forms of cybercrime. CCCS holds various events each year to reach out to families and businesses, including one at the EU Safer Internet Day.
CCCS is focused on the needs of our local business and residential community, making the digital economy safer for all. CCCS is supported in this objective by the North East Fraud Forum.
Consultancy, education and research services related to cyber crime and computer security for charities, SMEs and large organisations.