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www.coe.int/cybercrime. [email protected] Progress made / the way ahead October 2013 . Cybercrime: the challenge. Cybercrime is a major risk in the Eastern Partnership region Criminal justice capacities and international cooperation to be further strengthened

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Www coe int cybercrime

www.coe.int/cybercrime

[email protected]

Progress made / the way ahead

October 2013


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Cybercrime: the challenge

  • Cybercrime is a major risk in the Eastern Partnership region

  • Criminal justice capacities and international cooperation to be further strengthened

  • Concerns regarding rule of law / human rights safeguards


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Cybercrime: the approach of the Council of Europe

  • Standards:

  • Budapest Convention

  • others

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“Protecting you and your rights”

Crime prevention and criminal justice for human rights and the rule of law

Follow up:

Cybercrime Committee (T-CY)

2

Technical cooperationfor capacity building

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About [email protected]

Objective:

To strengthen the capacities of criminal justice authorities of Eastern Partnership countries

to cooperate effectively against cybercrime

in line with European and international instruments and practices

Duration:

March 2011 – December 2013

[31 Oct 2013]

Budget:

EIUR 724,000


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Project logic

1 Analysis of situation

3 Assessment of progress

  • 2 Activities on

  • Legislation

  • Safeguards

  • Specialised units

  • LEA training

  • Judicial training

  • LEA/ISP cooperation and PP info sharing

  • Financial investigations

  • International cooperation

4 Engagement of decision-makers / strategic priorities


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Expected result 1: Eastern Partnership countries have taken steps towards defining strategic priorities regarding cybercrime

  • Situation report

  • Strategic priorities seminar (Georgia, June 2012)

  • Participation in [email protected] conference (Feb 2013)

  • Assessments :

    • Visits to Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine (April 2013)

    • A draft report has been finalised

  • Declaration on strategic priorities (closing conference, Kyiv, 30-31 October 2013)


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Expected result 2: Eastern Partnership countries are provided with the tools for action against cybercrime

  • Legislation:

  • Analysis of situation

  • Specific support to Armenia

  • Specific support to Azerbaijan

  • Article 15 – conditions and safeguards

    • Workshops

    • Study


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Expected result 2: Eastern Partnership countries are provided with the tools for action against cybercrime

  • Advice on specialised units:

  • Georgia

  • Moldova

  • Armenia

  • Regional events

  • Good practice study


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Expected result 2: Eastern Partnership countries are provided with the tools for action against cybercrime

  • Training:

  • Judicial training concepts

  • Judicial training materials

  • Law enforcement training concepts

  • 1st responders course

  • Electronic evidence guide


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Expected result 2: Eastern Partnership countries are provided with the tools for action against cybercrime

  • Good practices/ experience exchange/enhanced knowledge/proposals on:

  • Financial investigations

  • LEA/ISP cooperation

  • Private/public information sharing


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Expected result 3: Eastern Partnership countries participate more actively in international cybercrime efforts

  • Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY)

  • 24/7 points of contact Budapest Convention

  • G8 network of contact points

  • Octopus Conferences

  • Internet Governance Forum

  • Cooperation with South-eastern Europe ([email protected] region)

  • Participation in international law enforcement operations


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[email protected]: Next steps

  • Closing conference, Kyiv, 30-31 October 2013:

  • Review assessment report

  • Adopt declaration on strategic priorities

  • Octopus Conference, Strasbourg, 4-6 December 2013 www.coe.int/octopus2013


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[email protected]: Next steps

  • Adoption of strategic priorities

  • Cybercrime policies and engagement

  • Legislation

  • Specialised units

  • Law enforcement training

  • Judicial training

  • Financial investigations

  • LEA/ISP cooperation

  • International cooperation

Joint Declaration on Eastern Partnership Justice and Home Affairs adopted by Ministers responsible for justice and home affairs of European Union Member States and States participating in the Eastern Partnership (Luxembourg, 8 October 2013) stresses, inter alia, the importance of enhancing cooperation against cybercrime through effective application of the standards of the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime


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Cybercrime capacity building 2014 - 2020

Ensure follow up/implementation of strategic priorities

Strengthening of legislation: procedural law, safeguards, data protection, child protection

Mainstreaming of judicial training on cybercrime and electronic evidence

Delivery of LEA training

LEA/ISP cooperation and private/public information sharing

Efficiency of international cooperation

Cybercrime reporting


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Pending a future ENPI programme -

[email protected] extension 2014 proposed focus:

Strengthening of legislation: procedural law

Mainstreaming of judicial training on cybercrime and electronic evidence

Additional support through

GLACYJoint Project on Global Action on Cybercrime:

Enhancing international cooperation (police-to-police cooperation, 24/7 points of contact, training on mutual assistance)

[email protected]


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