This year’s Octopus Conference will take place on 16-18 November providing an opportunity for cybercrime experts from public and private sectors as well as international and non-governmental organizations from all over the world to share experience.
A special event with high level interventions will be organized on 16 November in cooperation with the Hungarian Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Budapest Convention and the 2nd additional Protocol on enhanced cooperation and disclosure of electronic evidence.
On 17 and 18 November, multiple workshops will punctuate the day, including regional workshops (for Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Pacific, Africa), “lightning talks” with interventions by participants, and other thematic sessions (Capacity building, Ransomware, AI….). A closing Plenary session will take a look at Octopus take-aways.
Participation is subject to registration. Working languages will be English, French and Spanish. Given the uncertain COVID-19 situation and to remain inclusive, this event will be held online.
Registration will be open from 20 September to 20 October 2021 at www.coe.int/cybercrime.