Millions of attacks on computer systems and security incidents take place every day. Cybercrime is a risk for any society, weakens confidence on Information and Communication technologies and threatens international peace and stability.
In the fight against cybercrime it is crucial that we foster the adoption of best practices and cooperate to offer resources, recommendations and solutions between Law Enforcement, Prosecutors and Judiciary institutions.
To deepen the knowledge on this situation, Council of Europe, APWG and APWG.eu will host the webinar «Criminal justice authorities and multi-national service providers: enhancing public-private cooperation in cyberspace» next September 30th at 15:00 UTC. The programmed sessions will address officials from criminal justice authorities and representatives of institutions responsible for cybercrime policies and legislation.
|Duration and format||Audience||Language|
|2 hours | 75′ presentations & 45′ discussions||Officials from criminal justice authorities (judges, prosecutors, law enforcement agencies), as well as representatives of institutions responsible for cybercrime policies and legislation.||English|