Cybercrime policies and capacity building in the Eastern Partnership region [email protected]

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Joint project on cybercrime in the Eastern Partnership region
Cybercrime policies and capacity building
in the Eastern Partnership region
International conference under the [email protected] project organised by the Ministry
of Justice of Moldova in cooperation with the Council of Europe
HOTEL LEOGRAND
Chisinau, Moldova, 12-14 November 2014
Draft version 7 November 2014
Outline
Background
Under the [email protected] project, the Council of Europe and the European Union since March
2011 supported States participating in the Eastern Partnership Facility (Armenia, Azerbaijan,
Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) through a range of measures. The meeting is to promote
follow up to some of these activities:
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A set of strategic priorities (EN/RU) at a [email protected] adopted at a conference in Kyiv in October
2013.
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Draft law enforcement training strategies resulting from a workshop and visit to the European
Cybercrime Centre (EC3) at EUROPOL in May 2014.
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Draft judicial training strategies resulting from a workshop in Bucharest, Romania, in June 2014.
Several countries of the EAP region are in the process of preparing cybercrime and/or
cybersecurity strategies. The meeting may facilitate this process and allow for the sharing of
experience.
The meeting will furthermore serve as the closing event of the [email protected] project under the
current Eastern Partnership Facility and prepare the ground for a new project on cybercrime under
the EU/COE Programmatic Co-operation Framework (PCF) for Eastern Partnership countries from
2015.
Objective
The objective of the meeting is to share experience on cybercrime policies and capacity building in
the Eastern Partnership region. Specifically this consists of a review of:
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(draft or adopted) national cybercrime and cybersecurity policies and strategies in the Eastern
Partnership region
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national law enforcement training strategies (as per drafts prepared at EUROPOL workshop,
May 2014)
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national judicial training strategies for prosecutors and judges (as per drafts prepared at
National Institute of Magistracy, Bucharest, May 2014)
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the key challenges to international cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence and
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Agree on further capacity building activities.
www.coe.int/cybercrime
Participants
The meeting is aimed at officials responsible for measures on cybercrime and electronic evidence
in Eastern Partnership countries:
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Representatives of specialised prosecution and law enforcement services (cybercrime and
computer forensic units)
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Representatives of law enforcement training institutions
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Representatives of judicial training institutions
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24/7 points of contact for urgent cooperation in cybercrime matters
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Experts in international police-to-police cooperation
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Experts in international judicial cooperation from prosecution services and Ministries of Justice
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Experts responsible for cybercrime and/or cybersecurity policies.
Up to ten representatives from each of the six Eastern Partnership countries will be funded from
the project budget.
In addition, a number of experts from other organisations and countries will be invited to share
their experience.
Working languages will be English, Romanian and Russian.
Programme outline
Wednesday, 12 November 2014
8h30
Registration
9h00
Opening session
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Government of Moldova
Mr. Corneliu GURIN, General Prosecutor,
Mr. Dorin RECEAN, Minister of Internal Affairs,
Mr. Vladimir GROSU, Deputy Minister of Justice
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European Union Delegation to Moldova
Mr. Wicher SLAGTER, Head of Political and Economic Section
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Council of Europe
Mr. Alexander SEGER, Head of Cybercrime Programme Office, Executive
Secretary of the Cybercrime Convention Committee
9h30
The challenges of cybercrime
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Cybercrime threats, trends and challenges
Mr. Virgil SPIRIDON, Acting Deputy Chief of Romanian National Police
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IOCTA: the EUROPOL Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment
Ms. Caterina Lunes LADEIRA, IOCTA Project Manager, EC3, Europol
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Rule of law and human rights safeguards (Article 15 Budapest Convention)
Ms. Victoria CATLIFF, Project Manager, Cybercrime Programme Office, Council
of Europe
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Tour de table: challenges in Eastern Partnership countries
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10h30
Coffee break
10h45
Review of [email protected] (2011 – 2014)
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The Eastern Partnership process and [email protected] explained: Review of
activities and assessement of progress made
Mr. Alexander SEGER, Council of Europe
12h00
Country-by-country review (presentations by EAP country delegations )
Capacity building 2015 – 2017
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Preparation of capacity building activities on cybercrime under the EU/COE
Programmatic Co-operation Framework (PCF) for Eastern Partnership countries
(2015 – 2017)
Mr. Alexander SEGER, Council of Europe
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Questions and Answers
13h00
Lunch break
13h00-13h45
Media Briefing, RAUT Salon, Hotel Leogrand (media ONLY)
14h30
Law enforcement training strategies
Moderator: Mr. Veaceslav SOLTAN, Head of Information Technologies and Cybercrime
Investigation Division, General Prosecutor’s Office Moldova
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Council of Europe tools for practitioners: Law enforcement training strategies on
cybercrime and electronic evidence: introductory presentation
Mr. Alexander SEGER, Council of Europe
Mr. Yasin KOSE, Deputy Director of International Operations, Department of
Cyber Crime, Turkish Police
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Training materials of the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group
(ECTEG): overview
Ms. Aglika KLAYN, EC3, Europol
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Adoption and implementation of law enforcement training strategies (follow up to
draft
strategies
prepared
at
EUROPOL
in
May
2014)
(country-by-country
presentations and review)
16h00
Coffee break
16h15
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Adoption and implementation of law enforcement training strategies (follow up to
draft strategies prepared at EUROPOL in May 2014) (country by country
presentations and review) cont’d
17h30
Questions and Answers
End of day 1
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Thursday, 13 November 2014
9h00
Judicial training strategies
Moderators: Mr. Pedro VERDELHO, member of T-CY Bureau, Portugal
Ms. Kornelija IVANUSIC, Judge, Croatia
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Council of Europe tools for practitioners: Training strategies for judges and
prosecutors on cybercrime and electronic evidence: introductory presentation
Mr. Alexander SEGER, Council of Europe
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Regional and international cooperation between judicial training institutions
Mr. Florin ENCESCU, National Institute of Magistracy, Romania
Mr. Dragos CAMBREA, National Institute of Magistracy, Romania
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Adoption and implementation of judicial training strategies (follow up to draft
elements prepared in Bucharest in June 2014) (country-by-country presentations
and review)
11h00
Coffee break
11h15
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Adoption and implementation of judicial training strategies (follow up to draft
elements prepared in Bucharest in June 2014) (country by country presentations
and review) cont’d
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Questions and Answers
13h00
Lunch break
14h30
Key challenges related to international cooperation
Moderator:
Ms. Cristina SCHULMAN, Vice-chair Cybercrime Convention Committee,
Ministry of Justice, Romania
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The
international
cooperation
provisions
of
the
Budapest
Convention
on
Cybercrime: interim results of the assessment by the Cybercrime Convention
Committee.
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Cooperation with the USA
Mr.
Stephen
HEYMANN,
Assistant
U.S
Attorney
for
the
District
of
Massachusetts
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Roles, responsibilities and challenges regarding international police-to-police and
judicial
cooperation
in
Eastern
Partnership
countries
(country-by-country
presentations)
16h00
Coffee break
16h15
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Enhancing the effectiveness of international cooperation: possible solutions
Ms. Cristina SCHULMAN, Vice-chair Cybercrime Convention Committee,
Ministry of Justice, Romania
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Capacity building on international cooperation under [email protected] II
Mr. Alexander SEGER, Council of Europe
17h30
End of day 2
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Friday, 14 November 2014
9h00
Cybercrime and cybersecurity policies and strategies
Moderators: Mr. Alexander SEGER, Council of Europe and Mr. Eugeniu MORARU, Head
of Centre for Combating Information Crimes,
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Ministry of Interior, Moldova
Concepts and examples:
Mr. Daniel IONITA, Head of Policies, Analysis & Legal Affairs Department,
CERT, Romania,
Ms. Luba MERKER, BKA liaison officer for Romania and Moldova, German
Federal Police
Ms. Monika JOSI, Safis Consulting, Switzerland
9h45
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Strategic priorities in Eastern Partnership countries, adopted in October 2013
Policies and strategies of international organisations
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The European Union Cybersecurity Strategy
Ms. Donna SUTTON, EU External Action Service
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The role of the European Cybercrime Centre (EC 3) at EUROPOL
Ms. Aglika KLAYN, European Cybercrime Centre (EC 3), EUROPOL
Ms. Catarina Nunes LADEIRA, European Cybercrime Centre (EC 3), EUROPOL
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The role of the OSCE
Dr. Thorsten STODIEK, Police Affairs Officer, Adviser on Research and
Analysis
11h00
Coffee break
11h15
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Strategies and policies in Eastern Partnership countries (country-by-country
presentations and discussion)
12h15
Conclusions
Closing remarks:
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Government of Moldova
Mr. Corneliu GURIN, Prosecutor General
Mr. Dorin RECEAN, Minister of Internal Affairs
13h00
Council of Europe Office Moldova: Mr. Jose Luis HERRERO, Head of Office
End of the conference and Lunch
Contact
At the Council of Europe:
At the Ministry of Justice of Moldova:
Polixenia CALAGI
Stela BRANISTE
Project Officer
Head of International Relations and European
Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council
Integration Department,
of Europe (C-PROC) , Bucharest, Romania
Ministry of Justice of Moldova
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
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