Cooperation against Cybercrime
16-18 November 2016, Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France
On the agenda:Agenda
- Budapest Convention: 15th anniversary
- Crime and jurisdiction in cyberspace: the way ahead
- Service provider / law enforcement cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence
- Criminal justice access to evidence in the cloud: results of the Cloud Evidence Group
- Capacity building on cybercrime: lessons learnt
- The state of cybercrime legislation in Africa, Asia/Pacific and Latin America/Caribbean
- Terrorism and information technology: the criminal justice perspective
- International cooperation: enhancing the role of 24/7 points of contact
- Seeking synergies: Policies and initiatives on cybercrime of international and private sector organisations
The Octopus Conference is part of the Cybercrime@Octopus project which is currently funded by voluntary contributions from Estonia, Japan, Monaco, United Kingdom, United States and Microsoft as well as the budget of the Council of Europe.
The Octopus Conference was preceded by the plenary of the Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY).
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