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: Highlighting cybercrime capacity building at Georgian Cyber Security Forum

9 November, 2018 Kvareli, Georgia

The Georgian Cyber Security Forum is an established security professional dialogue platform since 2012, held once or twice a year and organized by the Data Exchange Agency of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia. The Forum brings together both public and private agencies that are identified as...

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Cybercrime@EAP 2018: EaP countries participate in Cyber Drills at Cyber Week Moldova 2018

29 October – 2 November 2018 Chisinau, Moldova

The Cybercrime@EaP 2018 project, implemented by the Council of Europe with funding of the European Union, supports participation of law enforcement and CSIRT/CERT officers from EaP countries at regional exercises organized in the framework of the Regional Cyber Week & Expo 2018 in Chisinau,...

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Cybercrime@EaP 2018: Regional ECTEG Training on Live Data Forensics in progress in Baku

22-26 October, 2018 Baku, Azerbaijan

Proper and up-to-date skills of investigators working on cybercrime and electronic evidence are essential in successful criminal justice response to threats of cyberspace. The Live Data Forensics, as a subject looking into particular aspects of forensic examination of devices with active...

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