Next 28 April at 15:00 GMT, the webinar organized by Council of Europe and APWG.EU will delve on the new challenges and emerging technological tools available to cyber criminals and introduce further exacerbate existing issues related to retaining and accessing electronic evidence, admissibility of electronic evidence, territoriality and jurisdiction, and international and public-private cooperation.
Carried out the GLACY+ Project in cooperation with APWG.EU, the activity aims to:
discuss the possible challenges and opportunities regarding international cooperation to prevent, investigate and prosecute cybercrime using emerging technologies;
present and exchange best practices and resources on international private-public cooperation on cybercrime prevention and investigation using new technologies.
At the end of the webinar, participants are expected to have:
increased their knowledge of specific methods of international collaboration to prevent, investigate and prosecute cybercrime using new technologies;
acquired information about best practices, real-life cases, opportunities and challenges in international cooperation on cybercrime using new technologies;
become aware of the types of support available through global capacity-building initiatives.
This webinar will be particularly useful for policymakers responsible for cybercrime policies and legislation; representatives in charge of cooperation with LEAs; criminal justice practitioners; and representatives of the private sector.
Please register HERE, before 26 April 2022, 13h00 GMT.