OCTOPUS Conference 2016 OCTOPUS Conference 2016
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The Council of Europe helps to protect societies worldwide from the threat of cybercrime through the Convention on Cybercrime and its Protocol on Xenophobia and Racism, the Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY) and the technical cooperation programmes on cybercrime.
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Call for Tenders - 2016AO60 - Long-distance Master Programme on Cybercrime Investigation

Call for Tenders - 2016AO60 - Provision of places on a long-distance Master Programme on Cybercrime Investigation and computer forensics, including online crime proceeds. Deadline: 21 November 2016

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iPROCEEDS: Judicial training workshop in Zagreb

06 October 2016 Zagreb, Croatia

Given the threat of cybercrime and the increasing relevance of electronic evidence in criminal proceedings, retrieving evidence becomes essential in order to prosecute offenders or to prove the innocence of suspects. Judges and prosecutors need to know and understand the nature and evidential...

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Judicial training workshop in Peru

29-30 September 2016 Lima, Peru

Within the framework of the Cybercrime@Octopus project, with the support of the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a judicial training workshop was held in Lima on 29-30 September for 25 prosecutors and judges – with a number of additional professionals able to follow the event that was...

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GLACY+ in the Dominican Republic

19-22 September 2016 Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

The Council of Europe and INTERPOL undertook a joint assessment mission to the Dominican Republic from 19 to 22 September. The mission evaluated the needs of the country with regard to cybercrime and electronic evidence. The Dominican Republic is already a Party to the Budapest Convention and now...

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