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Octopus Interface Conference 2010 — Cooperation against cybercrime

Category
Event
Date(s)
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Subject
Cybercrime
Octopus Interface Conference 2010

Description

The conference provided an opportunity to meet for cybercrime experts from public and private sectors as well as international and non-governmental organisations from all over the world.

Summary

The agenda of the conference covered the following issues:

Outlook

  • Security and fundamental rights – what rules for the internet?
  • Security and privacy in the clouds

Update

  • The Convention on Cybercrime and its Protocol
  • Legislative developments around the world
  • The Project on Cybercrime
  • EuroDIG and the Internet Governance Forum

Focus

Workshops on:

  • Effective measures against the sexual exploitation and abuse of children on the internet 
  • The Convention on Cybercrime as a global framework
  • Cybercrime training for judges and prosecutors
  • Law enforcement responsibilities: the role of high-tech crime units, CERTs/CSIRTs, registries and registrars
  • Mapping networks against cybercrime
  • Technical cooperation against cybercrime

The conference was held in room 1 and room 2 at the Council of Europe main building (Palais).

All sessions were open to the media.

The Conference was open to those professionally involved in cybercrime matters:

  • Criminal justice and law enforcement officials, including 24/7 points of contact and financial investigators
  • Representatives of ministries, parliaments or other institutions involved in cybercrime legislation
  • Private sector representatives, including in particular service providers and the financial sector
  • International organisations
  • Non-governmental organisations and researchers.

For more information, please visit the conference web page on the Council of Europe website.

Information

Added on
13 Apr 2017
Origin
Council of Europe
Type
Conference
Venue description

Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France

Organizer
Council of Europe
Participants
Experts, Government officials, International organizations, Law enforcement officers
Region
France
Keywords
international police cooperation, international law, sexual exploitation of children, child abuse material
Rights
Council of Europe