Judicial cooperation in cybercrime matters: international joint conference

Judicial cooperation in cybercrime matters: international joint conference

7-8 MARCH 2018 THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS

Participants in this conference are expected to gain a better understanding of the role and tools of Eurojust and the use of the Budapest Convention to assist them in international cooperation and the pursuit of a common criminal policy toward cybercrime and the gathering of electronic evidence….

Nepal starts the work to harmonize legislation on cybercrime and electronic evidence with international standards

Nepal starts the work to harmonize legislation on cybercrime and electronic evidence with international standards

26-28 FEBRUARY 2018 KATHMANDU, NEPAL

The Attorney General’s Office of Nepal, together with the Council of Europe, organized a 3 day workshop in Kathmandu to discuss how to improve national cybercrime laws in the light of international standards, and strengthen criminal justice response to cybercrime challenges. The workshop follows…

GLACY+: Meetings of the Ibero-American Public Prosecution Services focused on cybercrime

GLACY+: Meetings of the Ibero-American Public Prosecution Services focused on cybercrime

5-7 FEBRUARY 2018 LISBON, PORTUGAL

Three meetings were held between 5 and 7 February, at the Prosecutor General’s Office, in Lisbon, with the purpose of building a stronger cooperation on cybercrime in the Ibero-american space. The first annual meeting of the Ibero-American cyber network (CiberRede/CiberRed), established in 2016,…

GLACY+: Uganda kick started the process to accede to the Budapest Convention

GLACY+: Uganda kick started the process to accede to the Budapest Convention

16-18 JANUARY 2018 KAMPALA, UGANDA

The Council of Europe led an advisory mission to assist the Government of Uganda in harmonizing legislation on cybercrime and electronic evidence towards the ratification of the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime. Uganda has kick started the process of acceding to the Budapest Convention by…

GLACY+: Towards a mainstream approach to training judges and prosecutors in cybercrime and e-evidence

GLACY+: Towards a mainstream approach to training judges and prosecutors in cybercrime and e-evidence

12-14 DECEMBER 2017 CEBU, PHILIPPINES

Ensuring that judges, magistrates, and prosecutors have sufficient knowledge related to cybercrime and e-evidence and keep up with the ever increasing challenges posed by this kind of crimes is essential for them to fulfil their roles effectively. These are common issues to all countries and…

GLACY+: Ghana to become a judicial training hub on cybercrime and e-evidence for the ECOWAS region

GLACY+: Ghana to become a judicial training hub on cybercrime and e-evidence for the ECOWAS region

5-8 DECEMBER 2017 ACCRA, GHANA

In close collaboration with the ECOWAS Commission, the Council of Europe has supported the delivery of the Introductory Training of Trainers Course on Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence for judges and prosecutors from the English-speaking countries of the ECOWAS Region. The course has followed an…

Hemispheric Forum on International Cooperation against Cybercrime

Hemispheric Forum on International Cooperation against Cybercrime

5-7 DECEMBER 2017 SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

The first Hemispheric Forum on International Cooperation against Cybercrime will open on 5 December in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The Forum is a joint effort of international and regional organizations to better coordinate and complement their initiatives in support of Latin American and…The African Union and the Council of Europe renew their joint commitment against cybercrime

The African Union and the Council of Europe renew their joint commitment against cybercrime

21 NOVEMBER 2017 ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA

The Cybercrime Programme Office (C-PROC) of the Council of Europe was invited by the African Union Commission to participate in the second meeting of the Specialized Technical Committee on Communication and ICT formed by Ministers of Communication and Information Technologies from the African…

Source:  http://www.coe.int/en/web/cybercrime