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Octopus project – CYBERKOP action: Specialised judicial training course on international cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence | #cybercrime | #computerhacker


The specialised judicial training course on international cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence is delivered under the CYBERKOP Action of the Octopus Project, between 23 to 25 April 2024, in Pristina.

Addressed to prosecutors, representatives of the Academy of Justice and domestic trainers, the course aims to further develop their knowledge and skills on the international legal standards, as well as, tools and channels for international cooperation in cybercrime cases and exchanging of electronic evidence offered by the Convention on Cybercrime (Budapest Convention) and its Second Additional Protocol.

The training provides the participants with the opportunity to practice the use of T-CY templates for requesting data preservation and mutual legal assistance for subscriber information, to get familiar with the provisions of Budapest Convention regarding spontaneous information and to learn about relevant EU instruments for international cooperation, such as European Investigation Order, European Arrest Warrant and Joint Investigation Team.

Under CYBERKOP Action, the Cybercrime Programme Office will continue to support the reinforcement of capacities of criminal justice authorities for ensuring an adequate response to online offences and better protection of human rights in the on-line environment.

 

  Octopus Project webpage

 Cybercrime Programme Office (C-PROC)

  Convention on Cybercrime (Budapest Convention)

  Second Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cybercrime 

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