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Montenegro

Last updated : 24/11/2017

Status regarding Budapest Convention

Status : Party Signed : 07/04/2005 Ratified : 03/03/2010 Declarations and reservations : Reservations regarding Articles 9, 14 and 20. Declarations regarding Articles 24 and 27 Declarations and reservations: https://www.coe.int/en/web/conventions/full-list/-/conventions/treaty/185/declarations?p_auth=YDHaLjj3%20 See legal profile

Cybercrime policies/strategies

The National Cyber Security Strategy for 2013-2017 will expire at the end of 2017. The government is currently assessing the level of achievement of the main goals under the current Strategy. This assessment is used as a base for the new Cyber Security Strategy, which is planned to be completed by the end of this year. The Ministry of Public Administration set up a Working Group, made up of representatives of the key governmental institutions in the field of cybersecurity. The first version of the Strategy is already available. Once adopted, the new Cyber Security Strategy of Montenegro will be valid from 2018 until 2021.

Specialised institutions

Unit for Combating High-Tech Crime, Police Directorate, Ministry of Interior

Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services

Agency for Electronic Media

Unit for IT and Digital Evidences, Special State Prosecutor’s Office

Forensic Center, Police of Montenegro

Jurisprudence/case law


Tools on Cybercrime & Electronic Evidence Empowering You!

This tool is co-funded  by the GLACY  and Cybercrime@Octopus projects