Octopus Interface Conference 2010 — Cooperation against cybercrime
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.
The agenda of the conference covered the following issues:
- Security and fundamental rights – what rules for the internet?
- Security and privacy in the clouds
- The Convention on Cybercrime and its Protocol
- Legislative developments around the world
- The Project on Cybercrime
- EuroDIG and the Internet Governance Forum
- 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.