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CyberEast: Series of Roundtable Discussions on Cybercrime/Cybersecurity policies and action plans in the Eastern Partnership countries finalized

January - September 2021 Online

As our daily lives and economies increasingly rely on digital technologies, we become more and more exposed to malicious cyber-attacks. Cybersecurity and fight against cybercrime are critical for both prosperity and security. Countries of the Eastern Partnership have committed to implement the...

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iPROCEEDS-2: Regional meeting on seizing virtual currency

16 - 19 August 2021 Bucharest, ROMANIA

” The world ultimately will have a single currency, the Internet will have a single currency. I personally believe that it will be Bitcoin”, “probably over 10 years, but it could go faster” Jack Dorsey, co-founder and CEO of Twitter, famously declared in March 2018. Considering the difficulty to...

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GLACY+: Specialized course on international cooperation for prosecutors and judges delivered in Costa Rica

3-6 August 2021 ONLINE

About 20 Costa Rican prosecutors and judges benefited through the GLACY+ Project from a specialized course on international cooperation aimed at better preparing the judicial authorities to investigate cybercrime cases and handle e-evidence in accordance with the standards and tools provided by...

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CyberEast Interview: The application of the UCD Forensic Computing and Cybercrime Investigation master programme in the work of combating online child sexual exploitation and abuse of children

August 2021 Online

The CyberEast project, funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the Council of Europe through its Cybercrime Programme Office (C-PROC) based in Bucharest, Romania aims to support cyber resilience of the Eastern Partnership countries. The project builds on previous...

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Octopus Project: Authorities in Barbados are pursuing updates of their domestic cybercrime legislation in line with the Budapest Convention

22-23 July 2021 Online

National authorities of Barbados are invested in updating their domestic legislation on cybercrime and electronic evidence in line with the provisions of the Budapest Convention as the international legislative standard in the field. Following the Desk review and Online Workshop on Cybercrime...

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