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Cybex e-newsletter on the fight against cybercrime — ENAC, No. 3, September 2009

Category
Publication
Type
Periodic publication
Subject
Cybercrime

Description

The 3rd issue of ENAC — a free monthly e-Newsletter for judges, technicians, prosecutors, lawyers, computer forensics specialists, human resources managers, jurists, law enforcement bodies, and any person that deals with electronic evidence and seeks to prevent cybercrime.

Subject
Cybercrime
Type
Periodic publication
Keywords
national law, judicial system

Summary

This 3rd issue of the "Electronic Newsletter on the Fight Against Cybercrime” (ENAC) offers the following materials on various topics:

Legal
"The importance and future of alternative reporting hotlines"
Katalin Parti, Research fellow with the Hungarian National Institute of Criminology

Data protection
"Evidence of illegal conduct in databases subject to compliance with high-level security measures in Spanish legislation"
Ricard Martínez, Coordinator of the Study Area of the Spanish Data Protection Agency

Technical
"The increasing problem of drive-by downloads"
Eddy Willems, Security Evangelist at Kaspersky Lab and EICAR

Eddy Willems talks about what happens during a drive-by attack, the lures used to perpetrate attacks, the technology behind the attacks, and the use of drive-by download attacks in personal data theft and computer takeovers.

Law enforcement
"Threats of cybercrime and INTERPOL's response"
Interview with Bernhard Otupal, Assistant Director of INTERPOL's Financial and High Tech Crime Sub-Directorate

Institutional
"United Nations & UNICRI in fight against cybercrime"
Interview with Raoul Chiesa, Cybercrime Issues & Strategically-Related Alliances - Technical Contact • UNICRI

Jurisprudence
Greece, Court of first Instance of Athens
China, Beijing Hai Dian District People's Court
Belgium, Ghent Court of Appeal, Chamber 7bis
Sri Lanka, High Court of the Western Province

Stephen Mason, Barrister, Chambers of Stephen Mason

The cases summarized in this issue consider how people use digital devices to conduct business, and how the legal requirements of form imposed by politicians is either ignored or not known (the latter is probably the actual reason).

Events
Stephen Mason, Barrister, Chambers of Stephen Mason

Selection of conferences for the months of September and October 2009 that might be of benefit to lawyers, prosecutors, technicians, judges, computer forensic specialists, law enforcement bodies or any person that deals with cybercrime and electronic evidence.

Information

Added on
02 Aug 2009
Origin
NGOs
Keywords
national law, judicial system
Rights
Cybex