More and more organisations take action on cybercrime.
It is essential that organisations cooperate to make best possible use of resources available. International organisations are therefore invited to share their approach on cybercrime, resources and tools. You may use the following guiding structure:
African Union Commission
Council of Europe
The Council of Europe is based in Strasbourg, France, and comprises 47 member States. The primary objectives are to promote human rights, democracy and the rule of law
Considering that cybercrime undermines the core objectives of the organisation (human rights, democracy and the rule of law), the Council of Europe supports measures against cybercrime by:
- Lanzarote Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse (CETS 201)
- Data Protection Convention 108 and its Protocol (ETS 181), and modernised Convention 108+.
- Convention on Laundering, Search, Seizure and Confiscation of the Proceeds from Crime and on the Financing of Terrorism (CETS 198)
- Convention on the Prevention of Terrorism (CETS 196)
- Medicrime Convention (CETS 211)
Resources and tools
- Octopus Community: an online community linking up cybercrime experts from all over the world that participate in Octopus Conferences and other Council of Europe activities against cybercrime.
- Guides and training materials
Sources and links
- Council of Europe portal: www.coe.int
- Cybercrime portal: www.coe.int/cybercrime
- Cybercrime Convention Committee : www.coe.int/tcy
- Children: www.coe.int/children
- Data protection : www.coe.int/dataprotection