D2.2 – Distribution list for disseminating the project’s activities and findings. Project logo, brochure, poster and PowerPoint presentation
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This deliverable summarizes the results of the activities performed in the task Task 2.2 – Development of project advertising related material, which is part of WP2 Dissemination. The objective of this WP is to provide stakeholders at European and International level, with the information concerning INSEC project’s activities, events and respective web platform. The dissemination actions to be carried out in the project will play a key role in this project through the consortium of 16 partners, located in France, UK, Romania, Estonia, Portugal, Spain, FYROM and Hungary.
WP2 will aim at the broader dissemination of the project results beyond the borders of the INSEC partnership including other present and future European Union countries, by involving other networks and projects to which the partners belong for dissemination project results.
D3.1 - Report on IPR issues
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This deliverable, corresponding to Task 3.1 in INSEC project, analyses the legal, ethical and Privacy & Security “by Design” requirements that have to be taken into account in the development of an Innovation Management Model and a Cooperation Strategy between Security Sector organisations and Industry (technology providers).
D3.2 – Segment Innovation Ecosystem Report
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This deliverable, corresponding to Task 3.2 in INSEC project, analyses the four security end-user segments represented in the INSEC Consortium: 1 Rescue Services; 2 Police and National Security Office; 3 Academies of Security Sciences and 4 National Security Infrastructures. The analysis presented here has not been structured as an exhaustive diagnosis of the Security Sector (accomplished already in different projects an initiatives), but as a way to gain a broad knowledge, from an Innovation point of view, of security related organisations. This study combines a quantitative, analytical approach together with a valuable qualitative perspective stemming from end-users’ experienced point of view.
D3.3 – Assessment results analytic report
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This deliverable, corresponding to Task 3.3 in INSEC project, evaluates the internal innovation management processes of security end-users and identifies SME requirements to efficiently work with/for security organisations in order to facilitate the innovation process. In the same way as deliverable 3.2, the analysis presented here has not been structured as an exhaustive diagnosis of the Security Sector (accomplished already in different projects an initiatives), but as a way to gain a broad knowledge, from an Innovation point of view. This study combines a quantitative, analytical approach together with a valuable qualitative perspective stemming.
D3.4 – External evaluation analysis: Report on the organization of the creativity sessions
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The innovation model developed in workpackage 3 gathers a wide variety of actions and techniques that could be deployed later on by the security organisations. Among these techniques, the creativity session methodology that is explained in this deliverable is widely accessible and easily implemented by any actor who is interested in the subject.
D3.5 – Model design specifications
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This deliverable, corresponding to Task 3.5 in INSEC project, exposes all the compromising specifications for the development of the innovation Management Model and Cooperation Strategy gathered throughout previous analysis assessment and research undertaken in all the other deliverables of work package 3. Moreover, this document includes a list of innovation idea generation tools or platforms (i.e. crowd /open innovation ones) as well as collaboration tools which are been frequently used within the different European countries.
D3.6 - Innovation Management Model & D.3.7 - Cooperation Strategy
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This deliverable, corresponding to Task 3.6 in INSEC project, exposes an Innovation Management Model to be applied by security end-users, which complies with the characteristics and requirements previously gathered during WP3 analysis stage as design specifications. Moreover, according to Task 3.7, this document proposes a definition of a Cooperation Strategy designed for improving collaboration with external agents (SME providers principally) and for developing a network with other end-users, security experts and other organisations that could have influence in the security sector innovation ecosystem.
D4.1 - Report on relevant methods and examples of Technology Audit
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This deliverable, corresponding to Task 4.1 in INSEC project, analyses best practices, existing methods of Technology Audits, related results of previous FP7 projects and presents Technology Audit Methodology adjusted to security organisations needs and INSEC Platform requirements.
D5.2 - Report and Articles on Innovation Systems Management
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Workpackage 5 focuses on best practices in innovation and this deliverable reports on dissemination of relevant researched articles to the INSEC partners and also describes articles written and published by the INSEC partners during the first year of the project.
D5.3 - Report of best practice in sectors other than Security
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This report describes best practice in sectors other than Security, and summarises and makes recommendations how this information can be used by security sector end-users. At the end of each section of the report there is a subsection describing potential application of best practices by security sector end-users. Information was collected via conducting interviews and also via desk-research.
D5.3.1 – Executive Summary of "D5.3 - Report of best practice in sectors other than Security"
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This report is a summary of D5.3 describing best practice in sectors other than Security. Please refer to the full report for more detailed information.
D6.1 - Questionnaire defining the training needs
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The report was prepared within WP6 – Training and it is related to Task 6.1 – Definition of the training needs. The deliverable presents the questionnaire defining the training needs in innovation management and the (list with) the training needs of the INSEC end users (represented by 4 (four) different types of security organizations such as 1) Rescue Services, 2) Police and National Security Office, 3) Academies of Security Sciences and 4) National Security Infrastructures). The questionnaire was designed by the Consultant Partners1 of INSEC project. The report does not present an exhaustive diagnosis of the Security Sector but a method to identify the training needs of security (INSEC) partner organisations related to innovation management aspects.
D6.2 - Training material (1 training material presenting the content)
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This deliverable, is an output of the Task 6.2 in INSEC project defined as Creation of an “’innovation” training system framework.
Press release - International Workshop
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Press release about the workshop “EXCHANGE OF BEST PRACTICES ON IMPLEMENTATION OF INNOVATION MANAGEMENT WITHIN SECURITY ORGANISATIONS IN EUROPE”, 13th of March 2013 from 09:00 to 16:00, Oslo, Norway.
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Initial Press release
Newsletter Issue #1 - September 2012
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Newsletter Issue #2 - May 2013
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