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Fighting Cybercrime: How Best to Cope with Current Cyber Threats
The 2nd European Cybercrime Expert Forum is a must-attend platform for exchanging information and experiences on all current topics related to detection, fighting and preventing cybercrime.
With Experts from:
• European Cybercrime Centre at Europol
• United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
• European Space Agency (ESA)
• Ministry of Security and Justice, the Netherlands
• Criminal Police Directorate, Slovenia
• NFI – Netherlands Forensic Institute
• Eco – Association of the German Internet Industry/Anti-
Cyber threat environment has changed enormously in recent times and does so every day. There is no sector that has not been a victim of cyber attacks this year. Even major European and national institutions, the Police itself and big technology companies were affected. Not only has the extent of cybercrime increased but also the diversity of its forms. Attacks can have huge effects. States, institutions, citizens and businesses are equally exposed to this risk.
Improvement is needed on European and national level: one step to combat cybercrime in Europe will be the new European Cybercrime Centre at Europol starting its work in 2013. However, also Member States themselves have to become active.
At the 2nd European Cybercrime Expert Forum the current threats and developments in fighting cybercrime will be presented. Attendees will have the unique chance to discuss practical solutions for present challenges and strategies with speakers and participants involved in cybercrime law enforcement, investigation and legislation from all across Europe.
Public administrations responsible for law enforcement, investigation, legislation or security in the context of cybercrime and cyber terrorism, high-tech crime, economic, financial and organised crime, internet policy, internal affairs and internal security, IT security and information assurance, especially Police, Criminal Offices, Ministries of Interior, Ministries of Justice, Computer Forensics, National centers of expertise for cybercrime, cyber defense and cyber security, CERTs (Computer Emergency Response Teams), CSIRTs (Computer Security Incident Response Teams), Counterintelligence Agencies, 24/7 Points of Contact, Other public bodies responsible for the coordination of cybercrime policies, Internet service providers (ISPs), Telecommunication companies, (Defence) Lawyers and barristers, experts responsible for payment security, business security and continuity, risk management, emergency response, data protection, legal governance & compliance
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