Congratulations to EEMA for organizing the ISSE 2019 two days Conference in Brussels where LOCARD could join the most respected and succesful European public and private companies related to cybersecurity, privacy, identity and cloud.
Tom highlighted the need to standardise forensics procedures as a crucial step to produce high quality reports and explained the Directive 2014/41 and the European Investigation Order (EIO) as an intrument to replace the existing legal framework to the gathering and transfer of evidence between the member states.
The LOCARD_EU project will innovate in key areas such as mobile forensics, cloud forensics, copyright infringement, unification of digital forensics procedures and blockchain. All these topics have been highlighted in the presentation made by Pablo López-Aguilar, from APWG.eu during the three-days IISA 2019 conference in Patras, Greece.
Standardise the process used in the preparation and generation of digital forensic reports is a crucial step towards producing high quality reports. It will encourage digital forensic best practices and facilitate sharing and admissibility of reports across jurisdictions.
Awareness IV Bucharest’s objectives are to establish strategies for cybersecurity awareness with the development of messaging tools as a form of cybercrime prevention – and to present resources for deployment of national and globalized cybersecurity awareness campaigns.