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Council of Europe regional workshop on cybercrime, Tbilisi, Georgia

Category
Event
Date(s)
Subject
Cybercrime

Description

The regional workshop gathered representatives from different countries as well as international experts and the private sector to share best practices and experiences in adopting a legislative framework in line with the Convention on Cybercrime and in facing challenges related to cybercrime investigations

Summary

Taking into account the transnational dimension of cybercrime and thus the need for cooperation among countries, this regional workshop organised within the framework of the European Union/Council of Europe Joint Project on Cybercrime in Georgia aimed at strengthening international cooperation in cybercrime investigations.

The workshop aimed to enhance the effectiveness of international cooperation against cybercrime (urgent, provisional measures and judicial cooperation). It particularly focused on:

  • the state and effectiveness of cybercrime legislation
  • the strengthening of skills of law enforcement and criminal justice authorities
  • regarding the investigation, prosecution and adjudication of cybercrime
  • the cooperation between law enforcement and service providers in such investigations
  • the strengthening of international cooperation.

This regional workshop gathered representatives from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Ukraine as well as international experts and the private sector to share best practices and experiences in adopting a legislative framework in line with the Convention on Cybercrime (CETS 185) and in facing challenges related to cybercrime investigations.

For more information about the event please visit the CoE website.

Information

Added on
12 Apr 2017
Origin
Council of Europe
Type
Workshop
Venue description

Tbilisi, Georgia

Organizer
Council of Europe
Participants
Experts, Government officials, International organizations, Law enforcement officers
Region
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia
Keywords
international police cooperation, criminal investigation
Rights
Council of Europe