Provided under the Joint Project of the European Union and the Council of Europe – iPROCEEDS-2 and in cooperation with the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Police Administration, the workshop “ Cooperation between Internet Service Providers and Law Enforcement Bodies in Conducting Cyber Crime Investigations”, was organized in Sarajevo, on 11 November 2020.
The opening speech was delivered by the Deputy Director of the Federal Police Administration, who emphasized the importance of the workshop, and the importance of successful cooperation between the public and private sector. The workshop gathered representatives of the Federal Police Administration, representatives of the BiH Investigation and Protection Agency, the BiH Police Coordination Directorate, the Ministry of Interior of Republika Srpska, the Brcko District Police and representatives of the BiH Ministry of Security, the BiH Communications Regulatory Agency and managers of Internet Service Providers from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The outcome of the meeting was twofold, on one side, gaining full awareness of potential risks, new threats and cybercrime activities in the country and on the other finding solutions to work together to prevent and detect cybercrime by establishing strong public-private partnerships and trust. Activities meant to strengthen the cooperation between the public and the private sector will continue to be organized under the framework of iPROCEEDS-2 al throughout 2021.
- iPROCEEDS-2 project webpage