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CyberSouth: National workshop on developing the cybercrime reporting mechanism in Tunisia

27 October 2021 online activity

Tunisia was the third of the CyberSouth project priority countries to which a national workshop to support the development of a dedicated cybercrime reporting mechanism was held on 27th of October 2021. The role and benefits of the cybercrime reporting mechanism, its structure, models and...

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iPROCEEDS-2: Second round of workshops on cybercrime and cybersecurity trends as well as for criminal justice statistics


By 2025, cybercrime is estimated to cost worldwide businesses nearly $10.3 trillion, with annual growth of 15 percent, according to the 2021 report issued by CyberSecurity Ventures. Classification and analysis of cybercrime and cybersecurity trends and threats, as well as the existence of...

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CyberSouth: National workshop on developing a cybercrime reporting mechanism in Morocco

26 October 2021 online activity

On 26 October 2021, the CyberSouth project organised for Moroccan stakeholders the second national workshop in the series intended to support the development of a dedicated cybercrime reporting mechanism in the priority countries. The workshop provided an overview of the role of cybercrime...

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Council of Europe and EUROJUST: Workshop on Joint Investigation Teams/Joint Investigations

19 October 2021 online activity

On 19th of October 2021, EuroJust and the Council of Europe, through the Cybercrime Programme Office (C-PROC), organized a Joint Workshop on International Cooperation in Cybercrime: Joint Investigation Teams/Joint Investigations, bringing together approximately 150 representatives of law...

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CyberEast Interview: The application of the UCD Forensic Computing and Cybercrime Investigation Master programme in training the new generation of cybercrime investigators of Georgia

October 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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