Global Action on Cybercrime: Presentations

GLACY Conference Getting Started (24-27 March 2014, Dakar, Senegal)

Cybercrime policies and strategies

« Politique et stratégie de lutte contre la cybercriminalité au Sénégal » Papa Assane Touré

RSA National Cybersecurity Policy Framework, Irene Moetsana, South Africa,

Paula P. Ma’u, Kingdom of Tonga

The Budapest Convention and the approach of the Council of Europe (Cristina Schulman, Romania)

Cybercrime versus cybersecurity strategies

Cybercrime vs cybersecurity strategies, Estonia

Cybercrime in Costa Rica: Actions taken to fight this crime, Marisel Rodriguez-Solis

Cybersecurity vs Cybercrime strategies, Siaosi Sovaleni, Tonga

The role of capacity building

Fighting Cybercrime: The Role of Capacity Building - The Policy of Japan Akino Kowashi

Capacity building on cybercrime: advantages, Alexander Seger, Council of Europe

Round table: Elements of cybercrime strategies

The PNP ACG Specialized Anti-Cybercrime Tainings, Philippines

Building Partnerships to Combat Cybercrime, Betsy Broder, USA

Review of criminal justice capacities and support to priority countries

Situation reports

Training Worpshop on international cooperation

International cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence, AlexanderSeger, Council of Europe

Chapter III of The Budapest Convention on Cybercrime, Pedro Verdelho, Portugal

Competencies and Functioning in Practice of the 24/7 Points of Contact Richard Downing, USA

Centre for combating cyber Crimes, Eugeniu Moraru, Moldova

High-tech Crime Department, Ivan Mijatovic, Croatia

Demandes internationales de conservation rapide des données, Papa Gueye, Senegal

Demandes internationales de conservation rapide des données, Eirik Tronnes, Norway

Mutual assistance in accessing stored computer data (Article 31 Budapest Convention): competent authorities, channels of communication, practical experience, case studies, Branko Stamenkovic, Serbia

Mutual assistance in accessing stored computer data, Paul Louw, South Africa

Role of 24/7 contact point, Bilal Sen, Turkey

Role of 24/7 points of contact regarding MLA requests for computer data/e-evidence, Cooperation with competent authorities, Ioana Albani, Romania

Cybercrime Division MIA of Ukraine, Leonid Tymchenko, Ukraine

Concept paper Training manual on international cooperation, Cristina Schulman, Romania

Workshop on cybercrime reporting systems and criminal justice statistics

Cybercrime reporting mechanisms – Good practice study, Jean-Christophe Le Toquin

Criminal justice statistics & Cybercrime reporting

eCrime Reporting Challenges,Patrick Cain, APWG

Good Practices on the Development of Information, Liliana Mesias Garcia, Colombia

The Consumer Sentinel Network: A Law Enforcement Tool, Betsy Broder

Good Practices on Criminal Justice Statics, Costa Rica

Internet Crime Complaint Center, USA

National Crime Agency, Damon Hayes, UK

Pharos, Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité liée aux Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication, France

Signal Spam, National Information Sharing Centre

Computer Emergency Response Team of Mauritius