Anti-FinTer will improve law enforcement capabilities, increase capacity and develop expertise in the area of terrorist financing associated with activities in the Dark Web, crypto-assets, new payment systems and darknet marketplaces.

To maximize its impact and long-term sustainability of the project outcomes, particular attention will be given to establishing a long-term Public-Private Partnership (PPP) initiative through the involved partners? connections (the EACTDA association, ENLETS, UN- ICT, I-LEAD and related networks). Improvements in investigative capabilities will be brought about by three distinct actions: first, through the facilitation of knowledge exchange among stakeholders and the documentation of best practices, risk analysis and policy recommendations in four workshops and monthly virtual meetings; second, through the integration of existing TRL6+ tools to create a Toolkit for training investigators and analysts in new investigative techniques that include crypto-asset analysis, text and image analysis from surface web, dark web and social media channels to identify common actors and correlate terrorist activity with cryptocurrency transactions, and artificial intelligence analytics for detecting transaction anomalies; third, through the development of training curricula and an exercise environment used in two virtual and three face-to-face training events and Hackathons that will be organized and carried out during the project along with two train-the-trainer events that will ensure a wider impact for the curricula.

Dissemination and outreach activities are planned, including webinars and large face-to-face events if possible, to encourage dialogue among the individual project beneficiaries and between the community of beneficiaries, stakeholders and the Commission services and promote more interaction about project outputs and innovations, thus increasing visibility, learning effects and synergies.


IANUS is the Work Package Leader for WP5; Dissemination, Communication. Within this WP, IANUS aims to disseminate the project and its outcomes to an audience beyond the consortium community. IANUS is responsible for the development and maintenance of the Anti-FinTer website, as well as the development of Knowledge Hub Community Resource, where documents regarding Anti-FinTer's research area are gathered and are available to read.