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  • European Cooperation in Combating Cybercrime Conference


    Author(s): DENA, Alexandru
    Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2, Year 2015

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    CJS – Centre for Studies of Justice and Security organized the conference European Cooperation in Combating Cybercrime in collaboration with CRPE – Romanian Centre for European Policies, INM – National Institute of Magistracy, NIJ – National Institute of Justice Bulgaria and DIICOT – Directorate for Investigation Organized Crime and Terrorism, on 8 December 2016.

    The conference was attended by representatives of Europol, Eurojust, DIICOT – Directorate for Investigation Organized Crime and Terrorism, IGPR – General Inspectorate of Romanian Police, CERT-RO – Romanian National Computer Security Incident Response Team, Cyberint, Police Academy “A.I.Cuza” representatives of foreign embassies in Romania and private cybersecurity service providers.

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    The conference, held at the Hotel Intercontinental, received speeches from Chief Prosecutor Direction Daniel Horodniceanu – DIICOT, Ms. Cristina Schulman, Vice Chairman, Convention Committee on Cybercrime (T-CY), Ms. Daniela Buruiană, Eurojust – National Member for Romania, Mr. Alexander Seger, head of the Office for Combating Cybercrime Council of Europe – CPROC, Mr. Florin Cosmoiu, head of the National Center CYBERINT, Mr. Raymond Ijsselstijn, Europol – EC3 – European Cybercrime Centre, Mr. Mircea Grigoraș, deputy director of CERT-RO, a s well as Mr. Cătălin Coșoi, Chief Strategist Bitdefender.

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    During this conference was launched the European Judicial Cooperation Project in Combating Cybercrime, September 2015 – June 2016.

    The objective of this project, co-funded by the European Union, is to support the development of a European area of justice based on mutual trust and cooperation in order to foster a common judicial culture in Europe to combat cybercrime. To this end, a target group consisted of 60 judges and prosecutors from two member states – Romania and Bulgaria – will benefit from training in this area.

    Coordinators of the project are CRPE – Romanian Center for European Policies, SJC – Centre for Studies of Justice and Security, INM – National Institute of Magistracy, NIJ – National Institute of Justice Bulgaria and DIOCT – Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism.

    The conference addressed issues such as cybercrime and the European Agenda for Security, the role of European institutions on cooperation and good practices, strengthening cooperation between public and private cyber security agencies, concerns and case studies regarding judicial cooperation in cybersecurity: electronic evidence, child pornography, virtual currencies.

    CJS – Center for Justice and Security Studies is an association that aims to promote dialogue, facilitate international cooperation and exchange of experience in criminal justice and security, functioning as an interface between experts, public institutions and stakeholders (http://cjs-org.eu/).

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    Additional Information

    Title: European Cooperation in Combating Cybercrime Conference
    Author(s): DENA, Alexandru
    Publication: International Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime
    ISSN: 2285-9225, e-ISSN: 2286-0096
    Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2, Year 2015
    Section: Books Reviews and Conferences Analysis
    Page Range: 99-100



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