CyberEast project is a direct follow-up to previous capacity building efforts in the Eastern Partnership and continues to build upon similar themes – strong legislative framework implementing the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime, enabling efficient regional and international cooperation, and improving public/private cooperation regarding cybercrime and electronic evidence in the Eastern Partnership region. However, the project also features new and strong focus on enhancing the operational capacities of cybercrime units, increasing accountability, oversight and public visibility of action on cybercrime, as well as strengthening interagency cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence, in particular by improving information sharing between Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) on incidents and attacks with all concerned authorities.
- Project Summary
- Budapest Convention: English - Russian
- Explanatory report to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime: English - French
- Additional Protocol on Xenophobia and Racism: English - French
- Explanatory report to the Additional Protocol on Xenophobia and Racism: English - French
- State of play: cybercrime and e-evidence in Eastern Partnership countries