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  • Regional Cybercrime Training for Police Investigators and Digital Forensics Examiners in South-Eastern Europe Introductory Open Source Digital Forensics, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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    The aim of this training is to enhance the skill level of investigators from the countries of South-Eastern Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia), who deal with highly complex computer crimes, as well as computer related crimes with an emphasis on digital forensics.

  • 2018 OSCE-wide Conference on Cyber/ICT Security, Rome, Italy

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    This conference, organized by the Italian OSCE Chairmanship with the support of the OSCE’s Co-ordination Cell of the Transnational Threats Department (TNTD/CC), aims to provide a platform to exchange views and perspectives on the latest cyber/ICT security developments amongst relevant OSCE participating States and Partners for Co-operation and raise awareness and discuss international cyber stability measures including the OSCE cyber/ICT confidence-building measures (CBMs), as well as how they can be deployed effectively.

  • Sub-regional training on the role of ICTs in the context of regional and international security

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    Athens, Greece
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    The OSCE Transnational Threats Department, in co-operation with the Greek Government, will organize a sub-regional training for the promotion of practical measures for reducing international tensions in the wake of major cyber-attacks, in particular, OSCE cyber/ICT Confidence-Building Measures (CBMs).

  • Conference on comprehensive approach to cyber security, Baku, Azerbaijan

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    The purpose of this conference was to help the Government of Azerbaijan develop a consistent policy on cyber-security with the aim of implementing the Convention on Cybercrime by protecting rights and freedoms related to protection of personal data, privacy, etc. At the same time, the conference was intended to involve civil society actors in the field of cyber security and encourage the co-operation of Government and civil society.