Project on Cybercrime in Georgia
The authorities of Georgia, the European Commission and the Council of Europe have agreed to implement this joint project from 1 June 2009 to 31 May 2010.
The objective is to help Georgia develop a consistent policy on cybercrime in view of implementing the Convention on Cybercrime (ETS 185). Specific results are expected in the following areas:
Legislative proposals to bring Georgian legislation fully in line with the Convention on Cybercrime and related European standards on data protection
Training policies and modules
Proposals for institution building
Law enforcement/internet service provider cooperation
The Ministries of Justice and of Interior of Georgia are the main counterparts.
The project is funded by the European Commission with co-funding from the Council of Europe.
Project Closing Conference (14 May 2010, Tbilisi)
[7 May 2010,
Strasbourg]The EU/COE Joint Project on
Cybercrime in Georgia, which has
been implemented between 1 June
2009 – 31 May 2010, was designed
to contribute to the security of
and confidence in information
and communication technologies
in Georgia by helping the
authorities develop a consistent
policy on cybercrime in view of
implementing the Convention on
Cybercrime (ETS 185).
The Closing Conference represented an opportunity for the Project partners, the European Union and the Council of Europe to review the achievements of the Project and its impact on the fight against cybercrime in Georgia.