Le projet Cybercrim@EAP II est mise en œuvre dans le Cadre de la Coopération Programmatique de l'Union Européenne et du Conseil de l'Europe pour les pays du Partenariat Oriental.

Pays participants: l'Arménie, l'Azerbaïdjan, le Biélorussie, la Géorgie, la Moldavie et l'Ukraine

Le projet vise à optimiser la coopération régionale et internationale sur la cybercriminalité et la preuve électronique.

Composants:

  • L’amélioration de l'entraide juridique pour la coopération internationale sur la cybercriminalité et la preuve électronique
  • De renforcer le rôle des points de contact 24/7

“Programmatic Cooperation Framework’ (PCF)

Activités Activités

Regional Cybercrime Conference

9-11 October 2017 Baku, Azerbaijan

The Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe in cooperation with the International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) and Anti-Corruption Directorate of the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Azerbaijan organised the Regional Cybercrime Conference on 9 - 11 October 2017 in Baku,...

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Enhancing the Network of 24/7 Contact Points

26-27 September 2017 The Hague

The Council of Europe on 26 and 27 September held a meeting of the 24/7 Network of Contact Points at EUROPOL, The Hague. Fifty-five representatives of contact points of 45 current and future Parties to the Budapest Convention from all regions of the world shared best practices in view of further...

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International Workshop on Cybercrime Training Strategies for Law Enforcement Agencies

15-16 June 2017 Brussels, Belgium

A coordinated effort between the Council of Europe, INTERPOL and Europol aims to make available the training materials developed by the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (ECTEG) to all the countries supported by current Joint Projects of the European Union and the Council of...

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Alexander Seger
Division Cybercriminalité
Bâtiment Agora
F-67075 Strasbourg Cedex