Action against economic crime

Conference 2009: Reports, presentations, resources


These technical reports and presentations have been prepared under the Project on Cybercrime. They do not necessarily reflect official positions of the Council of Europe.

Session

Presentations/materials


Opening session

Maud de Boer-Buquicchio: Opening speech

Michel Quillé : Current Threats and future challenges

Eugene Kaspersky: Taking responsibility for the Internet

 

Update session

Cahyana Ahmadjayadi: the Indonesian cybercrime bill

Eduardo Azeredo: Legislative developments in Brazi

Nora Chernovsky: Legislative developments in Argentina

Council of Europe: Convention on Cybercrime - State of signatures and ratifications

Council of Europe: Project on Cybercrime (Phase 2) - Summary

Council of Europe/Project on Cybercrime: guidelines for law enforcement - ISP cooperation

- English version + background report

- FrenchRussianUkrainian versions

European Union: Council conclusions on a concerted work strategy and practical measures against cybercrime

Jayantha Fernando: legislative developments in Sri Lanka

Mike Haley: The London Action Plan: a 21st century model for anti-spam cooperation

Julie Inman Grant: Cybercrime and child online safety laws in Asia Pacific

Fabien Lang/Carole Gay: LEA-ISP cooperation guidelines in France

Bakthiyar Mammadov: Cybercrime legislation in Azerbaijan

Alexander Seger: the Project on Cybercrime

Geronimo Sy: legislative developments in the Philippines

 

 

Workshop 1

Criminal money

 

Ahmad Sa'ad Abubakar: Investigating fraud schemes in Nigeria

John Baker (Moneyval): Building bridges

Rachelle Boyle (FATF): Money laundering and terrorist financing risks on the internet

Graham Butler: VOIP guidelines

Peter Cassidy (Anti-Phishing Working Group): An E-crime reporting Lingua Franca

Council of Europe/Economic Crime Division: special file on financial investigations

Jacqueline Fick:
- Cybercrime in South Africa - Prosecuting cybercrime in South Africa and the benefits of public-private partnerships

Financial Action Task Force: Money laundering and terrorist financing vulnerabities of commercial websites and Internet payment systems

Roberto Flor:
- Computer and identity-related fraud
- Power point presentation

Eugene Gallagher: the Irish approach to following criminal money

Chet Hosmer: the e-crime technology

Rob McCusker: Criminal money flows on the Internet in the Asia-Pacific region

Oleksyiy Chervinsky (RG Data): the Centurion Portal

Veronica Rosenblut: the fight against cybercrime in Chile

 

Workshop 2:

Child pornography

 

Frank Ackermann: About INHOPE

Gilberto Almeida de Martins: Criminalising child pornography in Latin America

Branislav Bohacik: Council of Europe instrument for the protection of children against sexual abuse and exploitation

Council of Europe: Convention on the protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse (CETS 201)

Kathy Free: European Financial Coalition

Vanessa Fusco: Cybercrime and child pornography investigations in Brazil

Marco Gercke: ISP obligations related to child pornography: legal issues

Gilberto Martins de Almeida:
- Brazil's experience in obtaining cooperation from ISPs in cases of child pornography
- Presentation

Myriam Quéméner: Legislation and prosecution of child pornography

Leila Schilthuis: ICMEC findings on child pornography

Cristina Schulman: Criminalising child pornography and sexual abuse of children on the internet - European countries

Nevine Tewfik: Child online safety in Egypt

European Commission projects related to child safety:
- Presentation of EU Safer Internet Programme
- Safer Internet 2009-2013 programme
- Good practise example for the cooperation of Law Enforcement and Child Welfare organisations in the field of child sexual abuse (including online abuses) - Cooperation of NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) and CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) in the UK
- The MAPAP project - Measurement and Analysis of P2P activity Against Paedophile content
- The I-Dash (The Investigator's Dashboard) project - analysis of video material
- The FIVES project

Jaime Jara Ratamal: Investigating child pornography in Chile

Ivan Salvadori: criminalising the possession of child pornography

 

 

Workshop 3

Training

 

Esther George: GPEN for prosecutors

Marco Gercke: (draft) Training manual for judges (prepared for Council of Europe)

Chet Hosmer (Wetstone Technologies): Investigator training

Fredesvinda Insa (CYBEX):
- European Certificate for the Fight against Cybercrime
- ECCE - Basic level training for judges, lawyers and prosecutors

Nigel Jones/Cormac Callanan: the 2Centre study

Nicola di Leone: Europol training

Pedro Verdelho: The Centre for Judicial Studies in Lisbon

 

 

Workshop 4:

International cooperation

 

Christopher Painter: The 24/7 network

Marcos Salt: International cooperation in cybercrime matters: the challenge for countries of Latin America English version - Spanish version

Alexander Seger: The functioning of 24/7 points of contact

Marc Goodman:  IMPACT role

Bernhard Otupal: Interpol NCRP for Computer related Crime

Jean-Christophe Le Toquin: Towards a contact list for ISP, financial sector and law enforcement?

 

 

Outlook session:

Future challenges

 

Francesco Cajani: Communication interception and data retention on foreign servers / Presentation

Greg Day: Cybercrime in 2019?

Henrik Kaspersen: Cybercrime and internet jurisdiction

Cristos Velasco San Martin:
- Jurisdictional Aspects of Cloud Computing   
- Internet jurisdiction and law in Latin America (background paper)

Ingrid Inda Camino: CSIRT Chile

Marc Goodman : Virtual World Crime

Alice Decker : the future of Cybercrime


Contact

Comments, corrections or updates may be sent to:

Alexander Seger, Economic Crime Division -
Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs -
Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France
Tel: +33-3-9021-4506  - 
Fax: +33-3-9021-5650   -   
Email: alexander.seger@coe.int   -  www.coe.int/cybercrime