Octopus Conference and Convention on Cybercrime


Cooperation against Cybercrime

&

10th Anniversary of the
Budapest Convention


21 - 23 November 2011
Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France

 

 


On the agenda

Focus

Budapest Convention - 10th anniversary (23 November)

Update

Cybercrime threats and trends

Implementation of the Budapest Convention

Policies and initiatives on cybercrime

Workshops

Effective measures against the sexual exploitation and abuse of children

Cybercrime strategies: key elements and good practices

High-tech crime units and 24/7 points of contact

Capacity building: results of technical cooperation projects

Outlook

Cooperation against cybercrime - what future?

 

The Octopus Conference is part of the Global Project on Cybercrime which is currently funded by voluntary contributions from Estonia, Japan, Monaco, Romania,  Microsoft and VISA Europe as well as the budget of the Council of Europe.

 

Japan has made a special contribution available for the Octopus conference.

UPDATE

Programme

Conference clip

Conference videos

Budapest Convention clip

 
DOCUMENTS

Reports and presentations

Key messages/summary

List of participants

 
RESOURCES

Global project on Cybercrime, Phase 2

Training

LEA/ISP cooperation

International cooperation

Contact points

Protecting children

Legal resources

Reports

 
LINKS

Cybercrime Convention Committee
The Convention on Cybercrime
The Protocol on Xenophobia and Racism

Octopus Interface 2010

 
CONTACT

Alexander Seger
Data Protection and Cybercrime Division
DG of Human Rights and Rule of Law
Council of Europe
F-67075 Strasbourg CEDEX
Tel +33-3-9021-4506
Fax +33-3-9021-5650
Email: alexander.seger@coe.int