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Semana Nacional de la Ciberseguridad 2015 en México

Durante esta semana, la Secretaría de Gobernación (SEGOB), la Comisión Nacional de Seguridad (CNS), la Policía Federal (PF) y la Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA) organizan la Semana Nacional de la Ciberseguridad 2015 (#SemanaCiberseguridadMX) en distintas sedes en la ciudad de México. El primer día (26 de Octubre), se llevó a cabo la inauguración y conferencias magistrales en las instalaciones de la SEGOB; el segundo día (27 de Octubre) en el Senado de la República; y el tercer día (28 de Octubre) en el Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Penales (INACIPE) de la Procuraduría General de la República.

Algunos de los puntos más destacados de los tres días de la conferencia fueron:

  • Belisario Contreras de la OEA indicó que en las próximas semanas, la OEA dará a conocer un documento que contendrá una guía sobre mejores practicas de los Centros de Respuesta a Incidencias de Cómputo y Seguridad Informática -mejor conocidos como CERT’s- para la región de Latinoamérica y el Caribe.

 

  • Aníbal Quiñónez, representante en México de la OEA advirtió que es necesario impulsar un marco jurídico integral y suficiente para enjuiciar el delito cibernético, además de la necesidad de mejorar la capacitación en las últimas tecnologías y técnicas de criminalística digital, para quienes hacen frente a esta problemática.

 

 

  • La División Científica de la Policía Federal estima que el número de incidentes de seguridad cibernética en México ha aumentado más de 100 por ciento entre los años 2012 y 2013 e indicó que de los incidentes denunciados, 31 por ciento se realizaron contra instituciones gubernamentales, 26 por ciento contra entidades del sector privado, 39 contra organizaciones académicas y 4 por ciento contra otras entidades. México fue ranqueado en el segundo lugar en la comisión de delitos informáticos en la región.

 

  • El Director de la Policía Federal y el Comisario General Dr. Ciro Humberto Ortiz Estrada, Titular de la División Científica de la Policía Federal indicaron que al concluir el ciclo de conferencias, se espera concluir un modelo o acuerdo marco nacional sobre policía cibernética en la lucha en contra del ciberdelito.

Los videos de las presentaciones de los tres días de conferencias se encuentran en la página de la Policía Federal en: https://www.youtube.com/user/PFMexico?app=desktop

Algunas noticias, artículos y fotos relacionadas con la Semana de Ciberseguridad 2015:

Primer Día

Excelsior, “Buscan Modelo Jurídico Penal para delitos de ciberseguridad”, 26 de Octubre de 2015 http://www.excelsior.com.mx/nacional/2015/10/26/1053458 

MVS Noticias, “Urge OEA a incrementar capacitación en seguridad de las redes a fin de evitar ciberdelincuencia”, 26 de Octubre de 2015 http://www.noticiasmvs.com/#!/noticias/urge-oea-a-incrementar-capacitacion-en-seguridad-de-las-redes-a-fin-de-evitar-ciberdelincuencia-66

MVS Noticias, “Indispensable desarrollar estrategia global ante delitos cibernéticos: PF”, 26 de Octubre de 2015  http://www.noticiasmvs.com/#!/noticias/indispensable-desarrollar-estrategia-global-ante-delitos-ciberneticos-pf-618

OMNIA, “Fiscal General participa en la Semana Nacional de la Ciberseguridad”, 26 de Octubre de 2015 http://www.omnia.com.mx/noticias/fiscal-general-participa-en-la-semana-nacional-de-la-ciberseguridad/

El Financiero, “Hay que aplicar estrategia común para combatir delitos cibernéticos: PF”, 26 de Octubre de 2015 http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/nacional/hay-que-aplicar-estrategia-comun-para-combatir-delitos-ciberneticos-pf.html

Segundo Día

Comunicado de Prensa No. 700 de la Comisión Nacional de Seguridad de la SEGOB de fecha 27 de Octubre de 2015. “Durante “Semana Nacional de Ciberseguridad” PF y Senado Analizan Retos Jurídicos para Compartir y Prevenir la Cibercriminalidad” http://www.cns.gob.mx/portalWebApp/appmanager/portal/desk;jsessionid=PsqSWwhBvDf14KTvdnQyh24sXCJdvw8hypxsTn8Lj1wPKSVxLrtL!-1153552922?_nfpb=true&_windowLabel=portlet_1_1&portlet_1_1_actionOverride=%2Fboletines%2FDetalleBoletin&portlet_1_1id=1398152

Nota de Prensa No. 396 del Senado de la República sobre la presentación del Senador Omar Fayad

http://comunicacion.senado.gob.mx/index.php/informacion/boletines/24106-impulsa-senador-omar-fayad-ley-que-tipifique-delitos-en-internet-y-fortalezca-ciberseguridad.html

Fotos de los Ponentes en el Senado de la República

http://comunicacion.senado.gob.mx/index.php/multimedia/imagenes/73-fotografias/24111-semana-nacional-de-la-ciberseguridad.html

Tercer Día

Videos de las presentaciones del tercer día de la conferencia se encuentran en la página de la Policía Federal  https://www.youtube.com/user/PFMexico?app=desktop

Publication of Cristos Velasco’s Article: “Cybercrime jurisdiction: past, present and future” by Springer

The German Publishing Company Springer recently published an article of my authorship titled: Cybercrime jurisdiction: past, present and future” This article was published in the ERA Forum Journal of the Academy of European Law as part of my participation as lecturer in the training courses on legal and technical aspects of cybercrime for Judges and Prosecutors organized by the Academy of European Law (ERA) in Trier, Germany during 2014 and 2015. Here is the complete bibliography info of the publication:

Article title: Cybercrime jurisdiction: past, present and future

Author: Cristos Velasco

Journal title: ERA Forum Journal of the Academy of European Law

Final version published online: 24 June 2015

Suggested citation: Cristos Velasco, “Cybercrime jurisdiction: past, present and future” in ERA Forum Journal of the Academy of European Law, Springer, October 2015, Volume 16, Issue 3, pp. 331-347.

Full bibliographic details: ERA Forum, Journal of the Academy of European Law, Springer (2015), 17 pages.

ISSN 1612-3093

DOI information: 10.1007/s12027-015-0379-y

Article in PDF available for download at:

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12027-015-0379-y

Publication of Cristos Velasco’s New Book “Criminal Jurisdiction and Cross-Border Access on Cybercrime”

The most recent book of Dr. Cristos Velasco titled “Criminal Jurisdiction and Cross-Border Access on Cybercrime” [ISBN 978-84-9086-992-5]  has been published by Tirant lo Blanch. This book is a continuation of its predecessor “Jurisdiction over Crimes Committed through Computer Systems and Internet” published in May 2012.

A large part of the content of this book is devoted to analyzing cross-border access to data and information by law enforcement authorities for purposes of criminal investigations in third countries. Although said topic is not new, it has gained attention and relevance in recent years mainly because the legal evidence that could be useful for a criminal investigation may be found not only in computer and information systems used by criminals located in different territories, but also hosted and stored in servers and data centers of cloud computing service providers that are usually located in different countries, a mater that complicates the work and criminal investigations of national law enforcement authorities.

Cross-border access to data by law enforcement authorities in third countries brings other controversial and complex issues to be resolved at the national and local level, such as aspects of national sovereignty under international law, safeguards and protection of fundamental rights such as the right to data protection, international cooperation aspects through multilateral legal mutual assistance mechanisms and conflict of laws on data protection between countries.

This book offers some insights, perspectives and possible solutions concerning this topic based on the author's experience and his active participation in international seminars and conferences related to cybercrime, cyber security and data protection.

This current edition also includes the review and analysis of the legal frameworks on criminal jurisdiction and legislation on crimes committed through the use of information technologies of ten Latin American countries (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Dominican Republic), as well a assessment of their respective Computer Emergency and Information Security Response Teams (CERT's) which play an important role in coordinating, facilitating and offering immediate response for both, victims of crime and organizations & institutions responsible for the management and control of security systems 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

This book is divided into two parts; the first part consists of three chapters and the second part of four chapters; and finalizes with a section of conclusions and perspectives concerning the thematic that we are quite sure will be useful and relevant for public servants and employees of international and regional organizations; national data protection authorities and government offices in charge of creating and implementing policies on information and digital security; CERTs and 24x7 contact point networks; legislators and policy makers; trial and practicing attorneys, Judges, Magistrates and professionals responsible for the administration of criminal justice; professors; researchers and law students interested in the subject.

I will be officially presenting this book during international conferences and seminars related to cybercrime, information security and data protection in Europe and Latin America, as well as in some universities and academic circles in Spain and Mexico during 2016, including the International Book Fair of Guadalajara in December 2016. The book can be purchased in electronic or print format at:

Tirant lo Blanch España (Spain and countries of the European Union)

Tirant lo Blanch México (Mexico, United States, Canada and countries of Latin America)

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