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Criminal justice cooperation on cybercrime in an emergency situation under the spotlight during the 2nd webinar of the series co-organised by the International Association of Prosecutors, GLACY+ and the Octopus Project

online 11 october 2021
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Criminal justice cooperation on cybercrime in an emergency situation under the spotlight during the 2nd webinar of the series co-organised by the International Association of Prosecutors, GLACY+ and the Octopus Project

The second webinar in the series dedicated to the Second Additional Protocol (SAP) to the Budapest Convention, jointly organised by the International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) and the Council of Europe through the GLACY+ and the Octopus Projects, took place on 11 October 2021. It focused on criminal justice cooperation on cybercrime in an emergency situation.

During their presentations, the expert speakers highlighted the rationale and purpose of articles 9 and 10 of the Second Additional Protocol, which are dedicated to expedited disclosure of stored computer data in an emergency and emergency mutual assistance, respectively. The speakers explained how the provisions of the new protocol can help address the challenges criminal justice practitioners face in emergency situations.

The webinar ended with a Q&A session where the approximately 60 participants from across the world could actively share their experiences with the panellists and ask additional questions.

The next joint IAP, GLACY+ project and Octopus Project webinar will take place on 6 December 2021, and will focus on giving effect to orders from another party for expedited production of subscriber information and traffic data. An additional two webinars are scheduled for the first half of 2022.


 Webinars series webpage: Enhanced Cooperation and Disclosure of Electronic Evidence: Towards a New Protocol to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime

Second Additional Protocol to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime

IAP & CoE Series of Webinars (IAP website)