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iPROCEEDS: UCD Graduate Testimony: Little did I know that UCD could have such a profound impact on me

17 December 2018 Bucharest, Romania

From 2016, the iPROCEEDS project has supported the studies of 11 law enforcement officers in a long-distance master programme on Forensic Computing and Cybercrime Investigation, offered by the University College Dublin, Ireland. The programme run for 24 months and has covered modules as...

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CyberSouth: Advanced judicial training on cybercrime and electronic evidence in Algeria

3-6 December 2018 Algiers, Algeria

Within the framework of CyberSouth projet, and with the support of the Ministry of Justice of Algeria, the advanced judicial training on cybercrime investigations and electronic evidence was organised in Alger from 3-6 December 2018. This training session was dedicated to the magistrates who...

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Netherlands: Voluntary contributions to action on cybercrime

Strasbourg, France 10 December 2018

The Netherlands Ministries of Justice and of Foreign Affairs made two voluntary contributions to the Council of Europe’s project Cybercrime@Octopus. These funds will be used to support the work of the Cybercrime Convention Committee as well as capacity building activities in 2019....

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Turkey: International Workshop on Cybercrime

10 - 13 December 2018 Kizilcahaman, Turkey

The 5th International Workshop on Cybercrime was organised by the Cybercrime Department of the Turkish National Police in Kizilcahaman, Ankara, from 10 to 13 December 2018. In his opening speech, the General Director of Security, Celal Uzunkaya, highlighted the measures taken by Turkey to counter...

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