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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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Cooperating against cybercrime in India

29/07/2016 New Delhi, India

“Cyber 3.0 – Bridging People, Process and Technology” was the theme of today’s 9th Annual Summit on Cyber & Network Security organised by ASSOCHAM with the support of the Council of Europe in New Delhi. Kiran Rijiju, India’s Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, stated that he government was...

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GLACY: Efficiency of legislation on Cybercrime and electronic evidence measured through statistics

27-28 July 2016 Rabat, Morocco

The Council of Europe organized, in collaboration with the Institute Superieure de la Magistrature (ISM) and the General Directorate for Criminal Affairs of the Ministry of Justice in Rabat, Morocco the international workshop "Efficiency of legislation on Cybercrime and electronic evidence...

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Tonga launched its first National CERT

15 July 2016 Nuku'alofa, Tonga

The Kingdom of Tonga launched its first National Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) to act as the government’s point of contact for cybersecurity issues and threats at national level. The setup of the Tongan CERT has been based on well-established international best practices that have been...

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iPROCEEDS: advisory mission and workshop on online fraud and other cybercrime reporting mechanisms

27/07/2016 Pristina, Kosovo*

From 3 to 4 of August iPROCEEDS staff and consultants will go on an advisory mission to Kosovo* that aims to gather specific information regarding online fraud and other types of cybercrime reporting in the country. They will visit the agencies responsible for or affiliated with cybercrime...

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