CyberEast is a joint project of the European Union and the Council of Europe, implemented in the Eastern Partnership region by the Council of Europe under the European Neighbourhood East Instrument (ENI).

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

The project aims at adopting legislative and policy frameworks compliant to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime and related instruments, reinforcing the capacities of judicial and law enforcement authorities and interagency cooperation, and increasing efficient international cooperation and trust on criminal justice, cybercrime and electronic evidence, including between service providers and law enforcement.

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Activities Activities

CyberEast: Series of Workshops on Crime Proceeds Online finalized

14-15 January 2021 Online

As the Eastern Partnership region becomes increasingly integrated into the global economy and with increasing number of people from these countries with daily access to cyberspace, financial crime with the use of information technology, computer systems and data is becoming increasingly...

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CyberEast: Webinar on Cybersecurity and Human Rights

17 December 2020 Online

Cybersecurity policies and practice should, in principle, protect, support and affirm enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms in cyberspace, rather than reinforce “security versus freedom” mentality. This was the main theme of discussion during the joint Webinar on Cybersecurity and...

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CyberEast: Effective Access to Data - Online test exercises

November-December 2020 Online

Building and maintaining partnerships with private sector entities - primarily Internet service providers - is key for reinforcing mechanisms for trusted cooperation between the private sector, citizens and criminal justice authorities. This is also one of the key priorities for joint action of...

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