Project PGG 2018: Cybercrime@EAP is implemented within the European Union and Council of Europe Partnership for Good Governance in the Eastern Partnership region.
Participating countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
The project aims at enabling efficient regional and international co-operation on cybercrime and electronic evidence, and improving public/private cooperation regarding cybercrime and electronic evidence in the Eastern Partnership region.
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….
PGG 2018: Cybercrime@EAP: Series of discussion sessions on cybercrime threats and strategies in the Eastern Partnership
Information about common cybercrime threats and challenges can come from numerous sources, both nationally and internationally. However, without proper analysis and placement in the overall security context, such data has limited use or purpose. Therefore, analysis and sharing of information…
Criminal justice authorities, policy makers, cybersecurity experts and Internet service providers of Moldova have been engaged in discussions on legal and practical aspects of cooperation between the law enforcement and Internet service providers on 26-27 February 2018 in Chisinau. Organized by…