Project against economic crime in the Republic of Serbia(PACO-Serbia)

Regional Conference on Cybercrime

19-21 March 2007, Belgrade, Serbia

Within the framework of the Project on Combating Economic Crime in Serbia, the Council of Europe organised a regional conference on Cybercrime which took place in Belgrade from 19 to 21 March 2007.


The main purpose of the conference was to review the effectiveness of the national legislation of the countries represented and their compliance with the Convention on Cybercrime, to strengthen regional and international co-operation against cybercrime both at the judicial and police levels, discuss the capacities of criminal justice systems to investigate, prosecute and adjudicate cybercrime, and to share experience and good practices to better prevent and combat cybercrime.

Representatives from 12 countries, mainly from Central and South-eastern Europe, were invited to participate in this event representative from the Judiciary, Ministries of Justice and Interior, representatives of business associations and interest groups, and international organizations.

Efforts are urgently required to implement important instruments to combat cybercrime and to create a more effective and efficient co-operation between national institutions in combating cybercrime. The Conference is aimed at supporting these efforts.

Practical information
Sava Centre
English | Serbian

Conclusions of the conference
Press release
| French | Serbian

Fact sheet
| French

Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime

Cybercrime web page

Economic Crime Division
Department of Technical Cooperation
Directorate of Cooperation
Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs
Council of Europe
67075 Strasbourg Cedex, France
Tel: + 33 (0)3 90 21 53 05
Fax:+ 33 (0)3 88 41 20 52
[email protected]