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GLACY+: Over 300 Sri Lankan Judges received basic training in cybercrime and electronic evidence

16-18 March 2018 Colombo, Sri Lanka

The third and final Workshop dedicated to Sri Lankan District Judges and Magistrates on "Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence" was concluded in Colombo, Sri Lanka on 18 March. This workshop had 75 judges, including two judges from the Judicial Academy in Nepal. With the conclusion this third...

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GLACY+: Burkina Faso prepares law on Cybercrime

12-15 March 2018 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

The Ministry of Justice, Human Rights and Civic Promotion of Burkina Faso organized, with the support of the Council of Europe, through the GLACY + project, a workshop to develop a draft law on cybercrime and electronic evidence. The purpose of this activity was to develop and align Burkina...

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Nepal starts the work to harmonize legislation on cybercrime and electronic evidence with international standards

26-28 February 2018 Kathmandu, Nepal

The Attorney General’s Office of Nepal, together with the Council of Europe, organized a 3 day workshop in Kathmandu to discuss how to improve national cybercrime laws in the light of international standards, and strengthen criminal justice response to cybercrime challenges. The workshop follows...

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PGG 2018: Cybercrime@EAP: Series of discussion sessions on cybercrime threats and strategies in the Eastern Partnership

1 March 2018 Bucharest, Romania

Information about common cybercrime threats and challenges can come from numerous sources, both nationally and internationally. However, without proper analysis and placement in the overall security context, such data has limited use or purpose. Therefore, analysis and sharing of information...

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