Cybercrime challenges for criminal justice authorities in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Claudio PEGUERO – Desafíos para las autoridades de justicia penal en materia de ciberdelincuencia en República Dominicana
- Fredy BAUTISTA – Contexto actual de la Cibercriminalidad en Colombia-Global
- Camila BOSCH CARTAGENA – Cibercriminalidad: Desafíos y estrategias de la Fiscalía de Chile
- Marcos SALT - Cibercrimen y Evidencia Digital: Desafíos para el Sistema Penal en los países de América Latina y el Caribe antes y después del COVID19
- Questions & Answers that were not addressed during the webinar
The COVID-19 outbreak and the related increase of cyber threats offer an example of how cyber criminals are continuously adapting and benefitting from global crises. The criminal justice sector must have capacities in place to effectively apply cybercrime laws, both domestically and the international context.
In Latin America and the Caribbean, ten countries are Parties or have been invited to accede to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime.
The webinar aims to provide an overview of the challenges faced by criminal justice authorities in Latin America and the Caribbean region, with reference to cybercrime legislation and policies, investigation and prosecution, international cooperation.
Discussions will be focused on identifying priorities for the region in the short-medium term, to be addressed through targeted capacity building initiatives.
Participants will know more on:
- the progress made in the region towards aligning legislation on cybercrime with international standards;
- investigative and prosecutorial good practices adopted, also in response to COVID-19 related cybercrime;
- challenges in regional and international cooperation on cybercrime;
- the type of support that can be provided by C-PROC.
- Council of Europe, The global state of cybercrime legislation 2013-2020
- Council of Europe, The Budapest Convention
- Council of Europe, Cybercrime and COVID-19