Webinars

Members of the IAP will be notified of the next webinar topic and the date via the information email from the IAP.

To watch the webinars below you need to download the zip file and then open the video to play on your computer. The videos are in MP4 format.

Effective Access to Electronic Evidence: towards a new Protocol to the Budapest Convention

A global webinar jointly organised by the IAP and the Council of Europe.

Date and Time: 9th November at 15.00 Central European Time.
Language: English only.

Presenters:

  • Cheol-kyu HWANG, President of the International Association of Prosecutors and Chief Prosecutor at International Center for Criminal Justice, Prosecution Service of the Republic of Korea;
  • Alexander SEGER, Head of the Cybercrime Division of the Council of Europe and Executive Secretary of the Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY);
  • Marcos SALT, professor of criminal law and procedure, and of cybercrime law, University of Buenos Aires, and T-CY representative of Argentina;
  • Esther GEORGE, Cybercrime and cyber security specialist and lead consultant for the Global Prosecutors E-Crime Network (GPEN), United Kingdom;
  • Ioana ALBANI, Prosecutor at the Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIOCT) in Romania and T-CY expert.

The topic

The increased use of new technologies by criminals to organize, plan and carry out illegal activities online put the spotlight on the use of electronic evidence in criminal investigations. The latter is crucial, not only for investigating cybercrime but any type of crime. The globalization of the communication infrastructure brings additional challenges for investigators as offenders, victims and electronic evidence may be located in multiple jurisdictions and conflicting national laws may apply to obtain such evidence.

The International Association of Prosecutors and the GLACY+ project of the Council of Europe and the European Commission are co-organising a thematic workshop to exchange views and share experiences on the existing and new forms of cooperation for effective access to electronic evidence.

Click here for more information.

Visit the international co-operation section of the GPEN library to download the presentations and watch the webinar.

Introduction of APC-HUB from KSPO

Date and Time: 22nd September at 15.00 Central European Time, The Hague, the Netherlands.

Presenter: Seungjin Choi, Senior investigator of the Supreme Prosecutors Office Republic of Korea (KSPO).

The presentation will introduce the South Korean APC-HUB outline to fight against transnational cybercrime, explain how to operate the Hub in association with global partners and pool and the future’s ultimate goal of the Hub.

Seungjin Choi, Senior Investigator of the Supreme Prosecutors Office Republic of Korea, member of the Cybercrime Investigation Division, Forensic Science Investigation Department.
Since 2011, he has experienced various cybercrimes for instance, online fraud, national security, online defamation, hacking, BEC. Etc.
Additionally, he was in charge of G& 24/7 High-Tech crime Network for 3 years.
Now he is working for international cooperation and capacity building regarding cybercrime affairs since 2019.

Terrorism, Internet and COVID-19

Date and Time: 23rd June at 15.00 Central European Time, The Hague, the Netherlands.

Presenter: Mr. David Scharia, United Nations Security Council CTED.

The presentation will focus on the latest trends in terrorism and technology including the possible impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on terrorists use of the internet.

David Scharia holds an LLB, LLM (Hons) and PhD, from Tel Aviv University.
In 1995 to 2006, he worked with the Attorney General’s Office, Israel, as lead attorney in major counter-terrorism cases before the Supreme Court of Israel. He also chaired the inter-ministerial Counter Terrorism task force and served as counter terrorism representative of the Attorney General to the Law and Constitution Committee of the Israeli Knesset.
Currently, he is Chief of Branch, Counter Terrorism, United Nations Security Council CTED; in charge of counter terrorism policy and heads a large group of international counter terrorism experts, advising the Security Council on counter terrorism matters which covers issues including counter terrorism legislation, financing of terrorism, law enforcement and border control, human rights, gender and the use of technology by terrorist organizations.
Scholar in Residence at Columbia Law School and NYU Center for Global Affairs.
He also has articles and books published in academic forums including Oxford University Press, Harvard National Security Journal and Hebrew University Press.

Visit the Terrorism and War section of the GPEN library to download and watch the webinar.

Will COVID-19 change our cyber lives forever?

Date and Time: 3rd June at 15.00 Central European Time, The Hague, the Netherlands.

Presenters are:
Miguel De Bruycker studied at the Royal Military School and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. After writing a dissertation on Cyber Defence in 2005, he joined the General Intelligence and Security Service and was responsible for the security of classified networks and the creation of the first cybersecurity unit of the Belgian Defence. Since 2008 , he and his cyberteam are involved in the processing of all major cyber incidents in Belgium. On August 17, 2015 , he became Managing Director of the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium.

Pedro Deryckere started his IT studies back in the '80. The first years he was focusing on Industrial Computer Sciences (hardware & low level programming languages). Afterwards he focused more on high-level programming languages and became a specialist in Clipper.
After a few years of developing software he decided to join the police. After some years of being a police officer he became a Specialised Chief Inspector/Digital Detective  at the Belgian Federal Computer Crime Unit (FCCU). In 2013 he was one of the lead investigators  in the Belgacom (cyber espionage) case. Since 2013 he was involved in several dozen cyber espionage cases. In that same period he became team leader of the FCCU intelligence team. In December 2016 he joined the Centre for Cyber security Belgium (CCB) and was actively involved in the rebuilding of one its teams: CERT.be. Within CCB/CERT.be he created the CyTRIS team (Cyber Threat Research and Intelligence Sharing). Until today he's the Head of CyTRIS the CTI department of CCB. At the moment he’s certified for GSEC & GCTI.

Kevin Holvoet finished his studies at the KU Leuven as a Master in Applied Informatics, Software Engineering & Distributed Systems in 2014. He started his career as a Security Engineer at Euroclear NV/SA in Brussels where he was responsible for managing the PKI infrastructure, the different ways clients could authenticate with websites and applications of Euroclear, and manage the Web Application Firewall infrastructure. He was involved in the architecture of new security implementations to improve the security of Euroclear’s infrastructure. On April  2017, he joined the CERT.be team that just started as a new organisation under the umbrella of the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium. In 2018, he decided to focus on Cyber Threat Intelligence and joined the newly created CyTRIS team, or Cyber Threat Research & Intelligence Sharing team. He is also in the Instructor Development program at SANS to become an instructor for the FOR578: Cyber Threat Intelligence course. At the moment he’s certified for GCTI, GDAT, GPYC, GNFA, GCIH, and GSEC.

Visit the Cyber-crime section of the GPEN library to download and watch the webinar.

Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Crimes

Date and time: 13th of May at 09.00h AM GMT.

The Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (C-PROC) has set up a program of webinars to reach out to its community and continue working on strengthening capacities of criminal justice authorities worldwide.

The fifth webinar of the series will focus on Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Crimes.

The webinar is organised in collaboration with INTERPOL and it is addressed to middle and senior management representatives from law enforcement agencies, NCB officers, front line officers of financial crime or cybercrime investigation unit, financial intelligence units (FIU) and other financial institutions, prosecutors and other criminal justice authorities interested in the subject.

The webinar’s panel will be composed by Mr. Jung Kee YOU and Mr. Muhammad IRMAN, Criminal Intelligence Officers from the INTERPOL Financial Crimes Unit.

The event is held in English and it aims to provide information on the modi operandi of COVID-19 related financial crimes, also focusing on transnational cases coordinated by the INTERPOL Financial Crimes Unit.

Visit the Fraud and Money Laundering section of the GPEN library for more information about this webinar.

Cybercrime at times of Covid – Challenges for Prosecutors

Date and time: 30th April 2020 at 15.00 Central European Time, The Hague, the Netherlands. 

As during many other big events taking place before, cybercriminals are also using the COVID-19 pandemic for their own objectives. While the current crisis is affecting everyone and largely by fear, people are more vulnerable to these malicious activities. This webinar, conducted by the State Prosecutor Eleliis Rattam from the Prosecutor’s General Office of Estonia, aims to give an insight into the cyber criminality trends during this difficult period and to point out the possible challenges for criminal investigations. As Estonia is renowned for its e-solutions and to illustrate the importance of the effective IT-developments at these extraordinary times, an overview about the digital criminal proceedings and its opportunities is also given. 

Presenter is Eleliis Rattam is a State Prosecutor in the Office of the Prosecutor’s General in Estonia with an expertise in cybercrimes, crimes against state security and terrorism. She is responsible for leading the pre-trial investigation and prosecutions in various high profile, grave and organised crimes. She is an enthusiast of the digital criminal proceedings and a member of many national and international working groups. She is also a contributor to the academic work of the University of Tartu.

Visit the Cyber-crime section of the GPEN library to download and watch the webinar.
 

Cyber Governance and Risk Mitigation

Date and time: 24th March 2020 at 15.00 Central European Time, The Hague, the Netherlands.

Presenters:

  • Rois Ni Thuama PhD, the Head of Cybersecurity Governance, Red Sift
  • Terry Wilson, Global Partnership Officer, Global Cyber Alliance
  • Klara Jordan, Executive Director for the EU and Africa at the Global Cyber Alliance

Rois Ni Thuama PhD is a doctor of Laws and subject matter expert in cyber governance and risk mitigation.  Rois is Head of Cybersecurity Governance for Red Sift one of Europe’s fastest growing cybersecurity companies.  Working with key clients across a wide market spectrum including legal, finance, banking and oil and gas, Rois writes and presents on significant cyber threats, trends addressing and managing risks.

Topic: Rois will be covering a particular element of the current threat landscape-threat of business email compromise which is a gateway for more serious crime (fraud and theft).  She will discuss the anatomy of BEC, some interesting cases and what do prosecutors need to know about solutions when considering due diligence issues.

Terry Wilson serves as the Global Partnership Officer for the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) bringing more than 8 years of experience in cybercrime investigation and prevention and 32 years of operational and strategic policing.  Prior to joining GCA, Terry held the position of National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) cybercrime programme lead for 4 years working directly with the national policing lead.  During this time, he designed created and implemented the UK’s policing response to cybercrime.

Klara Jordan is the Executive Director for the EU and Africa at the Global Cyber Alliance, an international, cross-sector effort dedicated to eradicating cyber risk and improving our connected world. At the Global Cyber Alliance Ms. Jordan supports its mission by developing and sustaining partnerships, and furthers GCA’s collaborative efforts regarding matters of policy, projects, and fundraising. Previously, she served as the director of the Cyber Statecraft Initiative at the Atlantic Council, a DC-based think-tank, where she had the leading role in advancing and further developing the mission and program of the Cyber Statecraft Initiative, as well as designing and leading the implementation of initiative activities. She is the most proud of expanding the Initiative’s Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge, the first cyber policy student competition and the program’s  presence and programming in Europe. She continues to be engaged with the Atlantic Council as a nonresident senior fellow with the Cyber Statecraft Initiative at the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. 

Prior to her appointment at the Atlantic Council Ms. Jordan worked in the private sector, where she supported a range of cybersecurity companies in policy and government affairs space. She also worked in policy and privacy division of FireEye, a global cybersecurity company, focusing on providing insight to FireEye on opportunities and risks that stem from emerging policy, laws, and regulation. Prior to her private sector experience, Klara spent two years at the Atlantic Council rising to the level of deputy director at the Cyber Statecraft Initiative. Her background also includes work on international law issues at the American Society of International Law and at NATO’s Allied Command Transformation in Belgium. Ms. Jordan earned her LL.M from the law school at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. She also holds a masters in interdisciplinary European studies from the Institute of Advanced European Studies in Strasbourg, France and earned her law degree from Matej Bel University in her native Slovakia.

Topic: Terry and Klara will do an overview of GCA and projects relevant to prosecutors.

The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) is an international, cross-sector effort dedicated to eradicating cyber risk and improving our connected world.

After years of prosecuting cyber financial fraud crimes with no end in sight, the New York County District Attorney, Cyrus Vance, Jr., knew that there had to be a better way to confront the cybercrime epidemic. Prosecution was a critical treatment modality, but prevention was the cure. After discussions with William Pelgrin, founder of the MS-ISAC and former President & CEO of the Center for Internet Security (CIS), the concept of what is now known as GCA was developed and is the product of input from many leaders which, from the beginning, demonstrated a commitment to a collective effort. The two then reached out to their partners in the fight against cybercrime, the City of London Police Commissioner, Adrian Leppard (now former), and John Gilligan, Chairman of the Board for the Center for Internet Security (CIS), to understand what might be done. This resulted in a coalition to take on the uphill battle against cybercrime and a recognition that we need to come together as a global community to have a transformational impact on cybersecurity. With a bias towards action, the three organizations made their move. On September 16, 2015 the Global Cyber Alliance was formed to address systemic cyber risk through a proactive risk-based, solution-oriented approach to address and eradicate malicious cyber risks.

Visit the Cyber-crime section of the GPEN library to download and watch the webinar.
 

Public/private cooperation in the persuit of digital evidence: Obey or get out? - the Yahoo and Skype prosecution for non-compliance to production orders

Date and time: 18th of February 2020 at 15.00 Central European Time 

Presenter: Jan Kerkhofs, is a Federal Magistrate at the Belgian Federal Prosecutor''s Office in Brussels. From 2013 until 2018 he was deployed in the Counter-Terrorism Unit as a cybercrime specialist and specialized counter-terrorism magistrate. He has built up extensive experience in federal and international terrorism and cybercrime cases, with a special focus on online investigation techniques and transborder gathering of digital evidence and traces. From September 2018 he is a member of the newly created Cyber Unit within the Belgian Federal Prosecutor''s Office. He leads alpha-case cyber investigations and coordinates national and international cybercrime investigations.

He holds a Master in Law from the KULeuven, Belgium (1996) and a Diplôme d’Études Approfondies (DEA) en Droit Pénal et Sciences Pénales, from l’Université Panthéon-Assas-Paris II, Paris, France (1997).

Mr. Kerkhofs is a national and international recognized cybercrime expert. He is a board member of the Belgian Expertise Network on Cybercrime and the Belgian National Platform on Telecommunication. He is a government expert and advisor in matters of cybercrime, counter-terrorism and special investigation methods. He is also assigned as expert of the Belgian delegation in the Convention Committee on Cybercrime (T-CY) of the Council of Europe, and is a national representative of Belgium in the European Judicial Cybercrime Network (EJCN) at Eurojust.

Mr Kerkhofs is a Belgian Federal Police trainer and is co-responsible for the training in cybercrime and online investigations of newly appointed magistrates and specialized cybercrime magistrates at the Belgian Judicial Training Institute (IGO). He also gives training in counter-terrorism and cybercrime matters for several law enforcement agencies, bar associations and international institutions (Council of Europe, OSCE, TAIEX, ERA, EJTN, ICCT). He is a trainer of trainers in cybercrime and electronic evidence matters and trained magistrates in Europe, South Asia, Southwest Asia, the Pacific and Africa.

He publishes regularly on the subject of cybercrime and counter-terrorism and is co-author of the Belgian handbook and field manual on cybercrime "Cybercrime" (http://www.politeia.be/nl-be/book/cybercrime/10617.htm), the book “Comparative Analysis of the Belgian and Dutch Substantive Terrorism Legislation” (http://www.wolfpublishers.com/book.php?id=1301) and the book “Counter-terrorism: the judicial approach of terrorism in Belgium” (https://www.larcier.com/nl/contra-terrorisme-2018-9782807908680.html.

Visit the Evidence section of the GPEN library to download and watch the webinar.

 

The Budapest Convention and the future Second Additional Protocol

Presenter: Mr. Pedro Verdelho, Public Prosecutor and Coordinator of the Cybercrime Office within the Prosecutor General’s Office, Portugal, Europe.

Date and Time: 29th of January 2020 at 15.00 Central European Time, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Mr. Pedro Verdelho is a Public Prosecutor since 1990.  He served at the Department of Investigation and Penal Action, in Lisbon, in the Specialised Section on Computer Crime (1994-2005). He is also a lecturer at the Centre for Judicial Studies, the Portuguese judicial school, in the criminal law and criminal proceedings law department (2005-2011).  Since September 2011, he is the Coordinator of the Cybercrime Office within the Prosecutor General’s Office.

He is also a member of the Drafting Committee (PC-CY) of the Convention on Cybercrime of the Council of Europe - Budapest Convention (1997-2000) and the Representative from Portugal at the T-CY, the Committee of the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime (since 2006), and a member of its Bureau, since 2010.  He is currently the Vice-Chair of the committee and the representative from Portugal at the Permanent Open-Ended Working Party on Cybercrime, from the United Nations (UNODC) since 2011.

The main topic will be: “The Budapest Convention and the future Second Additional Protocol”
It will cover the following issues:
- The scope and purpose of the Budapest Convention;
- The criminal infringements;
- The Budapest Convention and the fight against the global criminalities committed by the means of computer systems;
- Practical use of the Budapest Convention in concrete “transborder” investigations;
- Obtaining digital evidence in the networks and the “cloud”;
- The future Second Additional Protocol to the Budapest Convention and
- Additional benefits of acceding the Budapest Convention.

Visit the International Cooperation section of the GPEN library to download and watch the webinar on the "Budapest Convention and the future Second Additional Protocol".

 

Prometea, Artificial Intelligence

Presenter: Denise Ciraudo, Public Prosecutors Office Buenos Aries, and Luis Cevasco, Deputy Attorney General

Date and Time: 17th of December 2019 at 15.00 Central European Time

The Topic: Prometea is an Artificial Intelligence that has been developed from the Public Prosecutor's Office of the CABA, and later as a project in the Laboratory of Innovation and Artificial Intelligence of the Law School of the University of Buenos Aires. This system is a suit "to measure" and in each one of the projects the necessary techniques are combined to arrive at a result. Each process is specific and each project has its own complexity, that is, it is not a canned system that can act in any organisation, but requires adapting to the specific challenge.
The system combines automation, natural language recognition, prediction, an intelligent detector tool, classification, among other techniques, along with other functions such as automatic time control from the incorporation of an intelligent calendar or the formal requirements controller . At the moment, the prediction (one of the most complex techniques), we use and apply in cases of the General Prosecutor's Office attached in the litigation, specifically in housing and public employment causes. In total there are 5 subjects in which he predicts, with an average success rate of 96%. And there are more than 300 causes that were signed using this system function.
Regarding criminal law, we have made a development to automate and optimise the causes of drunk driving, which are super standardisable; and currently, it is in the testing stage in cases of gender violence (where it optimises the process of crimes of breach of family assistance duties). Finally, we are working to apply it to the crime of child pornography. Although we have already automated the process with Prometea, the idea is to incorporate other techniques which allow you to identify certain situations automatically. Recently, there was a publication in an Argentine newspaper about this project: https://www.lanacion.com.ar/seguridad/inteligencia-artificial-cada-vez-mas-una-her Tool-para-resolver-delitos-complejos- nid2294733.
In the Colombian Court, we have used it as an intelligent detector: the Colombian Court receives approximately 2700 guardianship actions per day for review and they have a group of people who are responsible for reading and prioritising / classifying them. Promises, based on the OCR technique, it automatically reads the first and second instance sentences of those cases and determines in less than 2 minutes, which are the most urgent cases or that the Court should treat with priority. We are currently working to scale the system to the rest of the issues for the coming months.
We have presented these developments at the IAP and the following: United Nations (Vienna and Geneva), the United Nations AI for Good Global Summit in Geneva, the State Council French, Paris, Sorbonne University, Oxford University, the Administrative Court of Lombardy, University of Milan and Bologna, the Agency for fundamental rights of the European Union, among others. In the US, at the Inter-American Development Bank, with whom we face a joint project called "Connect Intelligences", where we map all the projects of the Western world of AI that are related to the 16 sustainable development goals of the OECD, and in the Permanent Council of the Organisation of American States. In Latin America, in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, the Constitutional Court of Colombia, the Universidad del Rosario, before the Judicial Power of Peru, in the Public Ministry of Sao Paulo, among other organisations. And of course, in Argentina as well including universities and public offices.

Please look at the website of the Laboratory of Innovation and Artificial Intelligence of the Public Prosecutor's Office and the Law School of the UBA, where you will find information on the most relevant Prometea projects: https://ialab.com.ar/.

Watch (and download) this webinar on "Prometea, Artificial Intelligence".

 

The UNODC/CTED and Practical Guide for requesting electronic evidence

Presenter: Mr. Dan Suter, Director of iJust and iJust Europe S.R.L.

Date and time: 25th of November 2019 at 15:00 Central European Time.

Dan founded the international justice consultancy iJust using his background in all areas of the criminal justice sector, from defending and prosecuting high profile cases, enhancing capacity and governance in jurisdictions with challenging environments and developing strategic relationships to reduce the risk of harm.

As an organised crime Specialist Prosecutor based in London, Dan secured successful outcomes on complex and sophisticated transnational criminal investigations against some of the U.K.’s most dangerous criminals. In his role as the Criminal Justice Advisor to the Eastern Caribbean, Dan worked with complete autonomy to build fledgling projects into successful, thriving endeavours that have brought about sustainable changes in seven jurisdictions. This included enactment of witness protection legislation and establishment of National Prosecution Services. As the U.K. Liaison Prosecutor to the United States, Dan advanced mutual legal assistance and extradition, in counter-terrorism, corruption, asset recovery, cybercrime and money laundering prosecutions.

As a Director of iJust, Dan consults on a range of projects for the United Nations, European Union, Commonwealth Secretariat and National Centre for State Courts, in Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean and South East Asia. To share his knowledge, Dan has drafted and delivered training for judges, prosecutors and investigators in more than twenty jurisdictions and written practical Guides on asset recovery, money laundering, environmental crime, cybercrime, mutual legal assistance, extradition, special investigation techniques, including the United Nations Practical Guide for Requesting Electronic Evidence Across Borders.

The Description of the topic: This webinar will cover the purpose of the Practical Guide for requesting Electronic Evidence and what tools are included in the Guide to assist requests across borders for e-evidence- including model forms and service providers mapping of procedures.  It will also give a summary of how to preserve e-evidence, voluntary disclosure and mutual legal assistance to the United States.

Visit the Evidence section of the GPEN library to download and watch the UNODC/CTED and practical guide for requesting electronic evidence webinar.

Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and related technologies: Challenges for prosecution.

Presenter: Mr. Jan Kerkhofs

Date and time: 18th of October at 15:00 Central European Time.

Jan Kerkhofs is a Federal Magistrate at the Belgian Federal Prosecutor's Office in Brussels. From 2013 until 2018 he was deployed in the Counter-Terrorism Unit as a cybercrime specialist and specialized counter-terrorism magistrate. He has built up extensive experience in federal and international terrorism and cybercrime cases, with a special focus on online investigation techniques and transborder gathering of digital evidence and traces. From September 2018 he is a member of the newly created Cyber Unit within the Belgian Federal Prosecutor's Office. He leads alpha-case cyber investigations and coordinates national and international cybercrime investigations.

He holds a Master in Law from the KULeuven, Belgium (1996) and a Diplôme d’Études Approfondies (DEA) en Droit Pénal et Sciences Pénales, from l’Université Panthéon-Assas-Paris II, Paris, France (1997).

Mr. Kerkhofs is a national and international recognized cybercrime expert. He is a board member of the Belgian Expertise Network on Cybercrime and the Belgian National Platform on Telecommunication. He is a government expert and advisor in matters of cybercrime, counter-terrorism and special investigation methods. He is also assigned as expert of the Belgian delegation in the Convention Committee on Cybercrime (T-CY) of the Council of Europe, and is a national representative of Belgium in the European Judicial Cybercrime Network (EJCN) at Eurojust.

Mr Kerkhofs is a Belgian Federal Police trainer and is co-responsible for the training in cybercrime and online investigations of newly appointed magistrates and specialized cybercrime magistrates at the Belgian Judicial Training Institute (IGO). He also gives training in counter-terrorism and cybercrime matters for several law enforcement agencies, bar associations and international institutions (Council of Europe, OSCE, TAIEX, ERA, EJTN, ICCT). He is a trainer of trainers in cybercrime and electronic evidence matters and trained magistrates in Europe, South Asia, Southwest Asia, the Pacific and Africa.

He publishes regularly on the subject of cybercrime and counter-terrorism and is co-author of the Belgian handbook and field manual on cybercrime "Cybercrime" (http://www.politeia.be/nl-be/book/cybercrime/10617.htm), the book “Comparative Analysis of the Belgian and Dutch Substantive Terrorism Legislation” (http://www.wolfpublishers.com/book.php?id=1301) and the book “Counter-terrorism: the judicial approach of terrorism in Belgium” (https://www.larcier.com/nl/contra-terrorisme-2018-9782807908680.html.

Visit the Virtual Currencies section of the GPEN library to download and watch the blockchain, cryptocurrencies and related technologies webinar.

 

Cross-border access to e-evidence in criminal matters for the purpose of prosecuting terrorism and organised crime.

Presenter: Mr. Virgil Constantin Ivan-Cucu

Description: The crucial issue confronting justice in cyberspace is the conflict between the legal principle of territoriality and the borderless nature of Internet and Internet based applications and technologies.  This webinar will address the forms of international cooperation to secure e-evidence from internet service providers, the recent e-evidence legislative models (US Cloud Act; draft Regulation on European Production and Preservation Orders; Budapest Convention on Cybercrime) and the development of instruments such as the e-evidence exchange system, SIRIUS platform, EuroMed and UNODOC Digital Evidence Manuals.

Date and time: 10 September 2019 at 15.00 Central European Time

Mr. Virgil Constantin Ivan-Cucu who has an impressive judicial career as a Prosecutor. He was the Director for International Judicial Cooperation with the Prosecutor General’s office of Romania and later promoted as Judge to the Supreme Court of Justice, he held many other positions dealing with legal, judicial and diplomatic cooperation for his country concerning counter-terrorism and organised crime in the Middle East, Europe, America and South Africa. In the South-East Europe, he was directly involved in the establishment, development and coordination of regional judicial organisations and networks such as SELEC, SEEPAG, ILECU’s, RAI, MARRI PCC-SEE and RACVIAC. He is also a Senior Lecturer at EIPA Luxembourg- European Centre for Judges and Lawyers. Since 2016, he is the key Senior Expert for Judicial Cooperation and Justice Capacity Building within the cross-regional project EuroMed Justice IV founded by the European Union aiming to promote and implement a Euro-Mediterranean area of Justice and Security.
Our speaker studied Law at Bucharest University and completed his education in the Romanian Diplomatic Academy, the University Carol the 1st for National Defence and Marshall European Centre for Security Studies, Germany.

Visit the Cybercrime section of the GPEN library to download and watch the Cross-border e-evidence webinar.

 

The WHOIS database is a vital tool for all investigations continued against crimes committed on the internet.

Presenter: Dr. Attila Kokenyesi-Bartos

Description: This webinar explains the importantce of the WHOIS database, how it works, and what kind of global impact the new EU legislation of data protection: the GDPR has on this database.

Date and time: 26 June 2019, 15.00 Central European Time

This presentation

  • explains the method of domain name resolution and the importance of domain name servers
  • introduces to the audience the development of domain name registries and the legal entities responsible for allocation/assignment of IP addresses, where it highlights the 5 regional internet registries ( most importantly RIPE NCC and the others)
  • Explains the current situation on assigning / allocating IP addresses
  • introduces the – more or less – publicly available parts of the RIPE NCC database and explains the importance of these,
  • Touches briefly the data handling procedure of RIPE NCC (when do they delete any registry data, who can access and what, etc.)
  • Shows and explains some example of the database content
  • then highlights the problem with the GDPR and the WHOIS database and the consquences.

Dr. Attila Kokenyesi-Bartos lives and works in Budapest, Hungary. He received his Law degree in 2003, and actively studies the trends of cybercrime and digital evidence handling since 2005. He has lent his support as an expert to various organisations, including the EU Commission and the Council of Europe. He published in the past several articles concerning cybercrime, including searching for and securing digital evidence during house searches and international legal assistance in criminal procedures mainly in the Hungarian language, but also in English. Since 2017, he is giving lectures on digital evidence handling in the Karl Gasper University of the Reformed Church in the faculty of Law for post-graduate students.

Visit the Cybercrime section of the GPEN library to download and watch the WHOIS database webinar.

Apple: Government & Law Enforcement Legal Process Guidelines.

Presenter: Pat Burke of APPLE INC.

IAP GPEN hosted a webinar on 30 April 2019 and the topic was Apple: Government & Law Enforcement Legal Process Guidelines which was presented by Pat Burke of APPLE INC.  Pat is the Operations Manager for Apple’s Privacy & Law Enforcement Compliance Team.  His seminar encompassed a discussion in relation to Apple’s legal process guidelines for Government and Law Enforcement internationally, including making legal requests to Apple for available data. The session was generally of interest and utility to operational investigators, analysts, case managers, and prosecutors seeking to gain a greater understanding of the process of making legal requests for information to Apple.  He discussed elements of Apple’s Legal Process Guidelines for Government and Law Enforcement Outside the US; the types of data available from Apple; and effective practice in making legal requests for information to Apple.

On this occasion the webinar was not recorded however please follow this link : https://www.apple.com/legal/transparency/ to see the most updated Apple Legal Process Guidelines  for Government & Law Enforcement Guidelines outside the United States.  Follow the Government and Law Enforcement Information at the bottom right of the page. This legal transparency document from Apple forms the basis for the presentation by Pat Burke.

Members of the IAP will be notified of the next webinar topic and the date via the information email from the IAP.

To watch the webinars below you need to download the zip file and then open the video to play on your computer. The videos are in MP4 format.

5th GPEN webinar series April 2018 - March 2019

The EU Commission’s proposal to improve cross-border access to electronic evidence within the EU

Presenter: Dr Jean-Baptiste Maillart

Description: The importance of electronic evidence in criminal proceedings is rapidly growing. Almost any criminal offense today leaves digital trace that can later on serve as evidence before a court. From a territorial point of view, electronic evidence are very often stored on servers and in data centers in foreign countries or somewhere in the “cloud” in an unknown location. As a result, law enforcement authorities are increasingly confronted with situations in which they need to collect electronic evidence stored outside their territory. However, the problem is that traditional collection mechanisms, such as unilateral transborder access or mutual legal assistance mechanisms, are not suitable for seeking digital evidence abroad and therefore often prove unsatisfactory regarding cyber-investigations. In this context, the EU Commission published on 17 April 2018 a proposal to improve cross-border access to electronic evidence within the EU. This proposal, which takes the form of a Directive and a Regulation, includes a set of rules under which a competent authority in a Member State can order a service provider offering its services in the EU, but established or represented in another Member State, to produce or preserve electronic evidence, regardless of the location of the data. In addition, the proposal provides legal safeguards and remedies as well as an obligation for service providers to designate a legal representative in the EU who will be in charge to comply with the aforementioned orders. The presentation will provide a thorough description and analysis of the proposal.

Date: 15 February 2019

Visit the International Cooperation section of the GPEN library to download and watch the EU Commission’s proposal to improve cross-border access to electronic evidence within the EU webinar.

Cross-border access to data and basics of computer and mobile forensics including encryption issues

Presenter: Savina Gruičić

Description: The presentation covers basics of digital forensics, which includes both computer and mobile forensics. We will go through the methodology of the digital forensics investigation process, with focus on standard operating procedures and rules that must be obeyed when conducting such investigation. At the end of this webinar participants will understand the importance of proper handling, seizing and examining digital evidence in order to be admissible in court. The numerous issues related to encryption and cross-border access to digital data and the necessity of international cooperation, interdepartmental support and most importantly, education will be presented.

Date: 9 January 2019

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New EUIPO Research on Malware - Financing of Illegal Websites

Presenter: Erling Vestergaard, Seconded National Expert, European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

Description: Malware and potentially unwanted programmes (PUPs) have been an annoyance for internet users for years, but is it often forgotten how they are an essential part of a criminal ecosystem. The webinar presents the most recent and up to date research from the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) into malware on illicit websites disseminating copyright-protected works. The research provokes deliberations on effective law enforcement, investigative and prosecutorial strategies in fighting illegality online.

Date: 5 December 2018

Visit the Intellectual Property section of the GPEN library to download and watch the New EUIPO Research on Malware webinar

Combatting International Human Trafficking: Challenges, Opportunities, and Technologies

Presenter: Carolina Holderness, Chief, Human Trafficking Unit, New York County District Attorney's Office

Date: 27 November 2018

Visit the People Trafficking section of the GPEN library to download and watch the Hacking the Hacker webinar

Tackling Radicalisation and the Dissemination of Terrorist Propaganda Online

Description: Access to a rapidly expanding internet, in particular chat and social media platforms has provided the opportunity for strategic small and large scale online radicalisation by individuals and/or groups, directed at both teens and children. This deliberate radicalisation includes the prolific online dissemination of terrorist propaganda. This seminar provides a suggested outline of approach to such investigations and prosecutions in order to combat this global phenomenon. At the end of this webinar, participants will have an outline of the main legal and investigatory approach to such investigations. These will include:

  • Overview of Relevant statutory provisions with case examples (Section 1 & 2 Terrorism Act 2006 and Section 58 Terrorism Act 2000)
  • Online Radicalisation
  • Dissemination of Terrorist Propaganda
  • Possession of material likely to be useful for a terrorist purpose
  • Social Media & Digital Media
  • Investigation strategy
  • High Tech investigation strategy
  • Experts
  • Prosecution strategy – General Principals
  • Mindset Evidence
  • Context
  • Sentencing Guidance

Presenter:  Lindsay Weinstein, Specialist Prosecutor, Special Crime and Counter Terrorism Division, UK Crown Prosecution Service
Date: 30 October 2018

Visit the Terrorism and War section of the GPEN library to download and watch the Hacking the Hacker webinar

Platform or Publisher? Exploring issues of liability and immunity of Service Providers

Description: At the end of this webinar participants understand the main legal and practical issues influencing the regulation and removal of unlawful content on social media. These will include:

  • The nature of criminal and terrorist abuse of social media;
  • The ‘mere conduit’ doctrine and its US counterpart: s230 Communications Decency Act;
  • The distinction between ‘platform’ and ‘publisher’;
  • The volume and complexity of uploaded data;
  • The challenge of national legal perspectives;
  • Growing concerns about the lack of effective moderation of content;
  • Major cases and political initiatives seeking to create liability for social media;
  • Service providers’ responses, control mechanisms and their circumvention;
  • Potential solutions or censorship by the back door?

Presenter:  Steven David Brown
Date: 4 September 2018

Visit the Cyber-crime section of the GPEN library to download and watch the Hacking the Hacker webinar.

Hacking the Hacker: N.I.T.s and bits

Description: When traditional investigative strategies prove inadequate to the task of bringing cyber-felons to justice, is it acceptable to deploy new techniques that would otherwise breach the criminal law?  Can the ends ever justify the means?

By the end of this webinar participants will understand some of the strategies employed by law enforcement in their use of hacking techniques, the reasons for their use, the technical obstacles confronted as well as the legal and moral issues involved. These will include:

  • The challenges involved and reasons why law enforcement might need to consider hacking back;
  • Case studies where the authorities have allegedly used malware;
  • How hacking back has been used against anonymisers;
  • Jurisdictional Conflicts;
  • Budapest Convention & US Federal Rule 41;
  • The involvement of the private sector;
  • Back doors and commercial software providers.

Presenter:  Steven David Brown
Date: 12th June 2018

Visit the Hacking section of the GPEN library to download and watch the Hacking the Hacker webinar

Cold call investment Fraud – the Australian Experience

Description: Cold call investment fraud is a pervasive international fraud that has a huge impact on individuals around the world. Alan MacSporran explains how this type of fraud works and Australias experience of investigating and prosecuting these types of crimes.
Date: 5th June 2018
Presenter: Alan MacSporran QC, Chairperson of the Crime and Corruption Commission Duggal, Queensland, Australia.

Visit the Fraud and Money Laundering section of the GPEN library to download and watch the Cold Call Investment Fraud webinar

Cyber-Ethics: how can it support the work of E-Crime Prosecutors?

Description: The presentation discuses the methodology of making ethical decisions for E-crime prosecutors. Three contemporary case studies are discussed.
Presenter: Professor Christoph Stueckelberger, President of the Global Network on Ethics - Globethics.net Foundation
Date: 15th May 2018

Visit the Cybercrime section of the GPEN Library to download and watch the Cyber-Ethics webinar

4th GPEN webinar series April 2017 - March 2018

Virtual Currencies

Description:A comprehensive look at virtual currencies including different types of cryptocurrency, their use in crimes from fraud to money laundering and investigative techniques.
Date: 4th April 2018
Presenter: Jussi Aittola – Inspector, Project Manager, Criminal Intelligence, Financial Intelligence Unit, National Bureau of Investigation, Police of Finland

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Technological Opportunities and Challenges

Description: The presentation discuses the technological challenges posed by encryption, cybersecurity opportunities with Global Cyber Alliance and the proactive prevention of cybercrime, and future partnership and utilization of the MEMEX tool.
Presenter: Kenn Kern, Chief of Staff to the Investigation Division, Special Assistant for International Relations, New York County District Attorney’s Office
Date: 28th March 2018

Visit the Cybercrime section of the GPEN Library to download and watch this webinar

Cyber warfare and challenges under international criminal law - an appraisal of the Tallinn Manual 2.0

Description: A webinar on the outcomes of the Tallinn Manual 2.0 with regard to cyber warfare, focusing on its relevance with regard to war crimes.
Date: 21st March 2018
Presenter: Roberta Arnold Ph.D. (Bern), LL.M. (Nottingham),

Visit the Terrorism and War section of the GPEN library to download and watch this webinar

Criminal Trading Using Dark Markets

Description: Mick Jameison of First Response presents a webinar describing the history behind the dark web including IRC, criminal websites and TOR. Mick describes the challenges facing prosecutors as they address the challenge of large numbers of criminals using cryptocurrencies.
Date: 6th February 2017
Presenter: Mick Jameison, First Response

Visit the cybercrime webinars section of the library to download and watch this webinar

Phishing, Identity Theft, Fraud and Illicit E-Trade Facilitated by Expired Domain Names

Description: A webinar discussing the latest report from the Euopean Intellectual Property Office on Online Businesses Infringing Intellectual Property Rights including some practical help for prosecutors facing these issues.
Date: 12th December 2017
Presenter: Erlilng Vestergaard, European Intellectual Property Office

Visit the Intellectual Property Section of the library to download and watch this webinar

Investigating and Prosecuting Ransomware Crimes

Description: This webinar looks at the history and evolution of Ransomware crimes and introduces approaches and techniques that can help when investigating and prosecuting these crimes.
Date: 23rd November 2017
Presenters: Lodewijk van Zwieten, Cybercrime prosecutor Netherlands and Japp van Oss, formerly of Europol, now advisor at the High Tech Crime Unit, Dutch National Police

Visit the Malicious Software section of the library to download and watch this webinar

Identifying and prosecuting criminals on the Dark Net

Description:Cai Rueffer explains how the TOR network and the Onion work and outlines the techniques that have been found successful to identify and prosecute criminals using them.
Date: 18th October 2017
Presenter: Cai Rueffer, Public Prosecutor at the Attorney Generals Office, Cybercrime, Germany

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Fighting Cybercrime in Tanzania; law, practice and challenges

Description: Josephat Mkizungo presents a webinar that looks at the history and development of the prosecution of cybercrime in Tanzania and the challenges that need to be overcome.
Presenter: Josephat Mkizungo, Senior State Attorney of Tanzania
Date: 20th September 2017

Visit the Cybercrime webinars section of the library to watch this webinar

UNODC's Global Programme on Cybercrime: investigating dark net and cryptocurrencies around the world

Description:A webinar that explains the darknet and bitcoin and discusses current investigative techniqes.
Presenter: Neil Walsh, Senior Expert (Chief - Cyber and Emerging Crime)
Organized Crime and Illicit Trafficking Branch Division for Treaty Affairs, UNODC
Date: GPEN Webinar 5th July 2017

Visit the Virtual Currencies section of the library to watch the Webinar

The Brazilian experience obtaining internet evidence

Description:Fernanda Teixeira Souza Domingos is a Federal Prosecutor at São Paulo office, Brazil and Coordinator of the cybercrime working team at Procuradoria da República em São Paulo as well as a Member and second coordinator of the national Brazilian cybercrime working team. In this webinar Fernanda talks about Brazil's experience of prosecuting cybercrime and obtaining digital evidence from internenet companies.
Date: 17th May 2017
Presenter:Fernanda Teixeira Souza Domingos

Visit the Digital evidence section of the GPEN library to download and watch this webinar

Fight against corruption – the Azerbaijan experience

Description:Azerbaijan have made huge progress in the fight against corruption. Find out more about the journey and what they have found works and doesnt work in the fight against corruption.
Presenter:Isfandiyar Hajiyev and  Sabuhi Aliyev, Preventive measures and Inquires Department of the Anti-Corruption Directorate with the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Azerbaijan
Date: 2nd May 2017

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Network of prosecutors taking care of cybercrime matters in Hungary

Description: Dr Attila Kökényesi-Bartos presents a webinar that examines the foundation of a network for the support of the investigation and prosecution of cyber and cyber-enabled crimes in Hungary
Presenter: Dr. Attila Kökényesi-Bartos, Department of Information Technology at the Office of the Prosecutor General, Hungary
Date: 18th April 2017

Visit the Cybercrime section of the GPEN Library to download and view this webinar

3rd GPEN webinar series April 2016 - March 2017

Using Social Media as an Agent in Fighting Organised Crime

Description: Gus Dimitrelos is a retired US Secret Service special agent and currently the President of Cyber Forensics.  In this webinar he talks about using Social Media to  identify, track and geographically place suspects and thier associates.
Date: 21st March 2017
Presenter: K. Gus Dimitrelos

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Cloud-E with a chance of MLATs

Description: An introduction to the evolving world of cross-border digital evidence, with a discussion about how to obtain digital evidence across borders and lots of resources for prosecutors.
Date: 1st February 2017
Presenter: Steven Brown

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Searching E-Devices at Customs: Lessons (?) from Canada

Description: A discussion about the issues relating to the searching of digital devices at Customs, current practice and future developments.
Date: 17th January 2017
Presenter: Professor Robert Currie, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.

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Law reform (fraudulent transactions) (special provisions) Act 2013: Jamaica's response to the proliferation of data identity theft and connected matters

Description: This webinar examines Jamaica's response to the proliferation of identity theft through the means of law reform.
Presenter: Luciana Ramsay-Jackson, Senior Assistant Director of Legal Reform Legal Reform Department, Jamaica
Date: 14th December 2016

Visit the Intellectual Property Cybercrime section of the GPEN Library to download and view this webinar

Criminal Harassment in Cyberspace

Description: From stalking, cyberbullying and 'trolling', to so-called 'revenge porn' the criminal law may struggle to provide appropriate responses. Focusing on the laws of England and Wales and Australia, this presentation looks at the range of conduct which may broadly be described as online criminal harassment. It considers the application of existing laws, the development of new provisions, and the challenges that prosecutors may face in prosecuting online harassment.

Date: 16th November 2016
Presenter: Professor Jonathan Clough Monash University, Australia

Visit the Harrasment and Hate Crime section of the GPEN Library to download and view this webinar

Implementing the NOCAP (National Online Child Abuse Protection) process

Description: Donna Munroe has developed an innovative approach to investigating and prosecuting crimes assoicated with possession of child abuse images.
Date: 26th October 2016
Presenter: Donna Munroe, NOCAP Team Leader, Police Cybercrime Scotland

Visit the Sexual Offences section of the GPEN library to download and view this webinar

Prosecuting Crimes against Children

Description: An update on prosecuting internet crimes against children.
Date: 22nd September 2016
Presenter: Allison Dellandrea, Crown Counsel, Toronto, Canada

Visit the Sexual Offences section of the GPEN library to download and view this webinar

A proposed Convention on Electronic Evidence - why now and how we shape it

Description: A discussion about a proposed global convention for electronic evidence
Presenter: Stephen Mason
Date: 31st August 2016

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Online Business Models Infringing Intellectual Property Rights through Phishing, Malware Dissemination and Other Fraudulent Means

Description: A webinar that describes a new model for the evaluation and prosecution of Intellectual Property Crimes based on recent research.
Presenter: Erling Vestergaard, European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights, European Union Intellectual Property Office
Date: 14th July 2016

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International cooperation and the investigation and prosecution of cybercrime in West Africa

Description: A webinar that examines the development of cybercrime prosecution in Nigeria and ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) and the practical issues surrounding cooperation both regionally and with the rest of the world.
Presenter: George-Maria Tyendezwa, Assistant Director and Head of the Computer Crime Prosecution Unit, Department of Public Prosecutions at the Federal Ministry of Justice in Nigeria.
Date: 8th June 2016

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Fighting Cybercrime in the Kingdom of Tonga

Description: Leotrina Macomber presents a webinar that traces the development of cybercrime prosecution in The Kingdom of Tonga and how they are building capacity to deal with growing cybercrime threats.
Presenter: Leotrina Macomber, Crown Counsel, Attorney General's Office of The Kingdom of Tonga
Date: 19th May 2016

Visit the Cybercrime section of the GPEN library to download and watch this webinar

E-Court Criminal Trials: Challenges and Solutions

Description: A webinar that discusses the challenges and solutions presented by the move to E-Court systems in India.
Date: 19th April 2016
Presenter: Judge Talwant Singh - Judge, India

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2nd GPEN webinar series April 2015 - March 2016

Computer Facilitated Crimes against Children: a global perspective

Description:The International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children in Virginia, United States of America provide training for law enforcement and prosecutors about how to prosecute crimes against children. This webinar looks at the scale of the problem facing prosecutors and some ways forward.
Date: 7th March 2016
Presenter: Guillermo Galarza

Visit the Sexual Offences webinar section of the Library to download the webinar

Fighting Mass Marketing Fraud Across Borders: Protecting Consumers Worldwide

Description: A webinar discussing the International Mass Marketing Fraud Working Group which facilitates fast cross border cooperation on the investigation and prosecution of Mass Marketing Fraud.
Presenter: Betsy Broder, United Stated Federal Trade Commission and Richard Goldberg, United States Department of Justice
Date: 14th January 2016

Visit the Cybercrime section of the Library to download the webinar

Launching global cybercrime operations from the 3rd world - I won't ever get caught

Description: Case study of the challenges and innovative solutions facing prosecutors as they attempt to prosecute a huge global cybercrime organisation based in Pakistan. Zahid ably describes the difficulties and innovative solutions that the prosecution team devised during this ongoing case.
Date: 1st December 2015
Presenter: Zahid Jamil

Visit the Cybercrime section of the Library to download the webinar

 

Is Badness Online Acceptable?

Description: A webinar looking at the current global profile of cybercrime.
Date: 21st October 2015
Presenter: Nigel Phair

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The Future of Digital Forensics: Cars, the Cloud and Beyond…

Description: A webinar investigating the changing nature of digital forensics and the implications of recent inovations such as Car systems and The Cloud.
Date: 14th October 2015
Presenter: Daniel Scanlan

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The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF): Removal of Child Sexual Abuse Material Online, a multi-stakeholder approach

Description: Internet Watch are a multistakeholder organisation that work to remover child sexual abuse from the internet. They operate in many countries across the world using a model developed in the United Kingdom.
Date: 12th October 2015
Presenter: Fred Langford

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Data Volumes: The Challenge for the Prosecutor

Description: A webinar about the issues facing proecutors regarding large volumes of digital evidence in prosecutions.
Date: 23rd September 2015
Presenter: Russell Tyner

Visit the Digital Evidence Webinars section in the Library to download and watch this webinar.

The Changing Threat Landscape

Description: An interesting developmental analysis of cybercrime and insights into future developments
Presenter:Martin Lee, Intelligence Manager for Alert Logic
Date: 26th August 2015

Visit the GPEN library Cyber-crime webinars section to download and watch this webinar

Prosecuting Internet Crimes against Children: emerging challenges and best practices

Description: GPEN webinar that discusses prosecuting internet crimes against children. Also assets discussed during webinar including sample orders and notices,
Date: 20th July 2015
Presenter: Allison Dellandrea

Visit the GPEN Library Sexual Offences section to watch this webinar and access the documents associated with it.

Open Source Intelligence:  Utilizing Online Tools and Resources for Investigations

Description: A webinar on how to use online tools and resources to aid investigations.
Date: 24th June 2015
Presenter: Sandra Stibbards

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Towards a more integrated approach to fighting cybercrime: alternatives for criminal investigations and prosecutions

Description: A case study of the innovative approach to prosecuting cybercrime that has proved very successful in the Netherlands
Presenter:  Lodewijk van Zwieten the Netherlands National Prosecutor for Cybercrime
Date: 29th April 2015

Visit the GPEN Library Cyber-crime section to watch this webinar


1st GPEN Webinar Series November 2014 - March 2015

Open Source Intelligence - how to use open source information as intelligence

Description: Find out how to use open source information on the internet to assist with investigations and prosecutions. Resources include webinar and PowerPoint presentation.
Date: GPEN Webinar, Thursday 20th November 2014
Presenter: Sandra Stibbards - Private Investigator, United States of America

Visit the GPEN Library Evidence section to watch this webinar.

Virtual Currencies: a new threat to Law Enforcement?

Description: A webinar discussing the rise of virtual currencies such as bitcoin and darkcoin and the potential challenges they present to global law enforcement.Resources include related whitepaper and websites.

Date: GPEN Webinar 14th January 2015
Presenter: Christian Karam, Interpol

Visit the GPEN Library Cyber-crime section to watch this webinar

Constructing timelines of a suspect’s activity from mobile and web-based digital artefacts

Description: A tuorial on how to use the evidence from digital and web devices to create a timeline of a suspects activity.
Date: GPEN Webinar Tuesday 27th January 2015
Presenter: Daniel Scanlan, Crown Counsel, British Columbia, Canada

Visit the GPEN Library Cyber-crime section to watch this webinar

Cybercrime: a prosecutor's perspective-case studies-Facebook, Anonymous and Spamhouse

Description: A case study of the issues faced by prosecutors as they investigated, prepared and bought to trial the Facebook, Anonymous and Spamhouse prosecutions in the UK.
Presenter:  Sandip Patel QC of Furnival Chambers Barristers in London, United Kingdom
Date: 12th March 2015

Visit the GPEN Library Hacking section to watch this webinar

GPEN ran an impact assessment project during January 2019 using Survey Monkey.

 

Surveys were sent to the members of the International Association of Prosecutors and webinar attendees.


For more information, please access the report here.

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