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CyberSouth: Second online national meeting on the development of a domestic Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Toolkit for First Responders in Cybercrime Investigations and E-evidence with Morocco

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CyberSouth: Second online national meeting on the development of a domestic Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Toolkit for First Responders in Cybercrime Investigations and E-evidence with Morocco

Under the framework of the CyberSouth Project, on the 5th of February 2021, the Second online national meeting on the development of a domestic Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Toolkit for First Responders in Cybercrime Investigations and E-evidence, was held with Morocco, for the benefit of the law enforcement representatives dealing with cybercrime and e-evidence. The purpose of this meeting was to follow-up with the members of the working group established after the first workshop on SOPs, which took place on the 22nd of September 2020.

 

The goal of the present online meeting was to discuss with the Moroccan representatives the draft Guide on the Identification, Collection, Preservation and Analysis of Digital Evidence, its content and structure. The activity had an interactive approach, with the Moroccan working group liaising with the Council of Europe’s representative, consultant and Interpol, on the structure and aim of the draft guide. Moreover, the gaps, and concrete recommendations on how to align it with the national legislation, international best practices and the actual investigation techniques applied in Morocco, were also brought up.

 

The CyberSouth project will continue to support the Moroccan law enforcement representatives to finalize their domestic SOPs on e-evidence and further recommendations will be provided, as deemed necessary.