Conference 2010: Reports, presentations, resources


These technical reports, presentations and resources do not necessarily reflect official positions of the Council of Europe.

Session

Presentations/materials

 


Opening session

Maud de Boer-Buquicchio: Opening speech

Cybercrime prevention and awareness: Maga No Need Pay

Geronimo L. Sy: Security and Fundamental Rights: What rules for the Internet ? An approach

 

Update session

Council of Europe: Cybercrime

European Dialogue on Internet Governance

European Union:The Stockholm Programme – An open and secure Europe serving and protecting the citizens

Internet Governance Forum

Tour de table:Trends in cybercrime legislation and other measures
- Argentina
-Indonesia

Alexander Seger: Cybercrime: Where we are and where we could go

Jakub Boratynski: EU Developments

Jörg Polakiewicz: Update on Council of Europe standard setting activities

Chengetai Masango: Internet Governance Forum

Rüdiger Dossow: Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) Udpate

PACE Recommendation 1882 (2009) on the promotion of Internet and online media services appropriate for minors: English / French

Roberto Flor: The impact of the decisions of the Bundesverfassungsgericht and the Curta Constitutionala

 

Workshop 1

Cybercrime training for judges and prosecutors

 
 

Council of Europe: Cybercrime training for judges and prosecutors - a concept

Council of Europe: Global Project on Cybercrime - Training resources

Cristina Schulman: Concept Paper: Cybercrime training for judges and prosecutors

Nicola Di Leone: European Cybercrime Training and Education Group - ECTEG, Europol

Nigel Jones: The 2Centre Initiative

Christiaan Baardman: Example of the Netherlands

Myriam Quemener: Example of France

Esther George: Global Prosecutors E-Crime Network - GPEN

Pedro Verdelho: Center for Judicial Studies, Lisbon

Dave O'Reilly: Proposal for a JPEN support project to implement the concept paper on cybercrime training for judges and prosecutors

Mohamed Moheb: Presentation on the Centre for Judicial Studies, Cairo, Egypt (French only)

 

 

Workshop 2

Law enforcement responsibilities

 

 
 

Kauto Huopio (CERT-FI): Cooperation against Cybercrime - CSIRTs - Law Enforcement - Private Sector

Jayantha Fernando (Sri Lanka): Statement on ICANN and law enforcement responsibilities

Virgil Spiridon: Cyber Crime Unit, Romanian National Police

Bilal Sen: Example of Turkey in combating cybercrime

Wolfgang Kleinwächter: The Internet Domain Name Registration Process: From the Registrant to ICANN (prepared for the Council of Europe/Global Project on Cybercrime)

Wout De Natris: Industry - LEA cooperation

Roland Perry: Regional Internet Registry - RIPE NCC

Law Enforcement Due Diligence Recommendations for ICANN (draft)

Bobby Flaim, Paul Hoare: Presentation of the Law Enforcement Due Diligence Recommendations for ICANN


 

Workshop 3

The Budapest Convention on Cybercrime as a global framework

 
 

Budapest Convention on Cybercrime
- The Convention (ETS 185)
- The Convention in other languages
- Signatures, ratifications and accessions

Council of Europe: Contribution of the Secretary General to the United Nations Crime Congress (Brazil, April 2010) English - French

Council of Europe/Global Project on Cybercrime: Project reports and country profiles

Organisation of American States/REMA VIII, Brazil, February 2010: Conclusions and Recommendations

OAS Secretariat's Department of Legal Cooperation's website

Claudio Peguero: Cybercrime legislation of Dominican Republic

Papa Assane Touré: Cybercrime legislation of Senegal (French only)

Kgosietsile Ngakaagae: Botswana experiences on cybercrime

Somlouay Kittignavong: ICT Security in Laos PDR
Cybercrime legislation of Laos

Alexander Seger: The "Budapest" Convention on Cybercrime as a global framework: Introduction to panel discussions

 
 

Workshop 4

Mapping networks and initiatives

 
 

Council of Europe/Global Project on Cybercrime: Cybercrime networks and initiatives - Resource

Interpol - Information Technology Crime

Global Prosecutors E-crime Network (GPEN)

Esther George: Presentation of the Global Prosecutor E-Crime Network - GPEN

InHope
Ruben Rodriguez: Presentation of InHope

Anti-Phishing Working group
Peter Cassidy: Briefing Memorandum on the Anti-Phishing Working Group
Data Logistics Requirements for eCrime Event Data Sharing

Global Network Initiative (GNI)
Cornelia Kutterer: Presentation of the Global Network Initiative

Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG)
Luc Mathan: MAAWG cooperation against cybercrime

Information Security Forum

London Action Plan
Shaundra Watson: Presentation of the London Action Plan

RGData Ukraine: An Unified IT-Tool to counteract cybercrime

 

 

Workshop 5:

Capacity building/technical assistance against cybercrime

 
 

Council of Europe: Global Project on Cybercrime

Council of Europe/European Union: Project on Cybercrime in Georgia
Rusudan Mikhelidze: CoE/EU Project on Cybercrime in Georgia

Rishi Rishi Raj Singh: Cooperation against Cybercrime in India

Betty Shave: Cybercrime training offered by the US to other countries

Gillian Murray: UNODC Activities

Greg Day: Technical Assistance against Cybercrime from a vendors perspective

Alexander Seger: Council of Europe capacity building projects on cybercrime

 

 

Workshop 6:

Measures against the sexual exploitation and abuse of children on the Internet

 

 
 

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

Council of Europe:
- Global Project on Cybercrime - Protecting Children resources
- Global study (ongoing) on Criminal law measures to protect children against sexual exploitation and abuse

 Countries are welcome to join the study: Questionnaire on substantive law provisions: English / French

Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) Recommendation 1882 (2009) on the promotion of Internet and online media services appropriate for minors: English / French

Lioubov Samokhina: Protecting Children online - Council of Europe approach

Cristina Schulman: The Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse and the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime: Guidelines for action and assessment of progress

Anjan Bose: ECPAT International - Combating child abuse images and sexual exploitation online

Nevine Tewfik: Recent developments in Egypt's Child online Safety Agenda

Laurent Bernat: OECD Study on risks faced by children online and policies to protect them

Michael Busch: EU Safer Internet Programme - Examples of projects underway

Ivan Salvadori: The Courts' Approach to the possession of child pornography

Raluca Simion: Recent developments as regards cybercrime legislation in Romania

John Carr (eNACSO): Child pornography/abuse materials in the Internet: Take down or access blocking ?

 
 

Outlook session:

Security and privacy in the clouds

 

 

Cloud Security Alliance: - Top threats to cloud computing

Jim Reavis: -What is cloud computing ?

CRID Research Centre on IT and Law): Cloud computing and its implication on data protection (prepared for the Council of Europe/Global Project on Cybercrime)
- Yves Poullet and J.Marc Van Gyseghem : Cloud Computing and privacy

Joseph Schwerha: Law enforcement challenges in transborder acquisition of electronic evidence from "cloud computing providers" (prepared for the Council of Europe/Global Project on Cybercrime)

Alexander Seger: Law enforcement challenges in the clouds

ENISA:
- Cloud computing risk assessment
- ENISA security risk assessment of cloud computing: "Benefits, risks and recommendations for information security"
- Cloud Computing - Information Assurance Framework
- An SME perspective on cloud computing

- Udo Helmbrecht: ENISA's perspective on cloud computing

Guy de Felcourt: Vers un nouveau rapport entre données sensibles et identité

Cristos Velasco: Report of the IGF Workshop on Privacy and Security Implications of Cloud Computing (Sharm-el Sheik - Egypt, 17 Nov. 2009)

 

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