Outlooks

Outlook 1

Cybercrime: threats and trends


  18 November  14:30 to 15:30 CET

 English, French, Spanish

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Reports on published by public and private sector organisations show a rapidly evolving – and at times contradictory – picture regarding cybercrime and cyberattacks. The aim of this session is to come to predictions regarding cyber threats and trends in 2022/2023 and challenges that criminal justice authorities need to be prepared for.

MODERATOR MODERATOR

Martha Stickings

GLACY+, C-PROC, Council of Europe
Moderator
speakers speakers
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Outlook 2

Human rights and rule of law in cyberspace


  18 November  
 15:30 to 16:15 CET

  English, French, Spanish

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As cybercrime is a threat to human rights, governments not only have the “negative” obligation to refrain from interfering with these rights (unless certain conditions are met) but it is increasingly considered that governments have a “positive” obligation to protect individuals against interference with their rights by others. This includes, for example, the obligation to put effective means in place to protect individuals against cybercrime through criminal law. However, such means are also subject to conditions. This session will discuss what is takes to provide for criminal justice response that is effective and that meets human rights and rule of law requirements at the same time.
MODERATOR MODERATOR

Isabelle Servoz-Gallucci

Secretary of the Committee of Convention 108 (T-PD), Head of the Data Protection Unit, Council of Europe
Moderator
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Outlook 3

Cooperation against cybercrime in 2022


  18 November  16:30 to 17:30 CET

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Having discussed threats and challenges but also shared experiences and good practices throughout this conference, the aim of this session is to have international organisations involved in policies, standard setting and capacity building on cybercrime share their intentions on how to enhance international cooperation on cybercrime and e-evidence in 2022.

MODERATOR MODERATOR

Alexander Seger

Head of Cybercrime Division, Council of Europe
Moderator
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