Project PGG 2018: Cybercrime@EAP is implemented within the European Union and Council of Europe Partnership for Good Governance in the Eastern Partnership region.

Participating countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

The project aims at enabling efficient regional and international co-operation on cybercrime and electronic evidence, and improving public/private cooperation regarding cybercrime and electronic evidence in the Eastern Partnership region.

"Partnership for Good Governance" (PGG)

Activities Activities

Cybercrime@EaP 2018: Meeting on further capacity building on cybercrime in the Eastern Partnership region

12 October, 2018 Bucharest, Romania

Cybercrime and other cyber-enabled offences involving electronic evidence remain major challenges for societies of the Eastern Partnership region. Attacks against and by means of ICT emanating from those countries are of concern to other geographical areas including the EU Member States. These...

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Cybercrime@EaP 2018: Contribution to OSCE High Level Conference in Minsk

9-10 October, 2018 Minsk, Belarus

When it comes to prosecuting terrorist offences committed with the aid of information-communication technology or similar acts of extremist material, the same principles applicable to investigating cybercrime or any other crimes committed by means of computer systems or data should be adhered to....

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Cybercrime@EaP 2018: Technology of Network Investigations unveiled through ECTEG training

1-5 October, 2018 Yerevan, Armenia

The Cybercrime@EaP 2018 project, for the first time in its duration, is partnering with the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (ECTEG) for the delivery of the Course on Network Investigations for investigators, prosecutors and forensics experts from Armenia, Belarus and Moldova....

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