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08 April 2020

Activity Details (ID# 32689)  

 
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Title CyberCrime@EAP - Activities under Expected Result 2 in 2011: Tools for action against cybercrime 
Description Eastern Partnership - Cooperation against Cybercrime - Expected Result 2: Eastern Partnership countries are provided with the tools for action against cybercrime

Activities:
1) Legal opinion on the draft CY amendments to the Criminal Code of Azerbaijan (May)
2) Regional seminar on international cooperation against cybercrime (5-6 September, Chisinau, Moldova)
3) Regional seminar on CY legislation (13-14 December, Baku, Azerbaijan)
4) Legal opinion on the draft law and concept on establishing a National Centre of Cybercrime Investigations of the Republic of Moldova (December)
5) Preparation of the draft Situation Report (December) 
Status Completed 
Date 01/03/2011 - 31/12/2011 
Location Not applicable, Others
Countries CoE Members: Armenia / Azerbaijan / Georgia / Republic of Moldova / Ukraine
Others: Belarus
  Multilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - CoE EaP Facility
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP CoE EaP Facility - Council of Europe Eastern Partnership Facility    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 2 - 2011/DGHL/JP/2523   Eastern Partnership - Cooperation against Cybercrime (Cyber@EAP)
Expected Result 2.2 - Eastern Partnership countries are provided with the tools for action against cybercrime
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Rule of Law
Line of Action ⇒ II.3 – Countering Threats to the Rule of Law
Programme ☆ II.3.3  Internet Security and Cybercrime

Working Method

Needs Assessment 
Directorate (Service) Human Rights and Legal Affairs (Cooperation - Technical Cooperation Department)
CoE Contact ,   email
Last Modified 26/01/2012 


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Objective(s) 1) Provide a legal opinion on the draft CY amendments to the Criminal Code of Azerbaijan in order that it be in line with the Cybercrime Convention (CETS 185)

2.1) To share experience and good practices on the use of existing standards that allow efficient international cooperation in cybercrime cases;
2.2) To assess the current situation with regard to international judicial cooperation between project countries;
2.3) To promote networking of persons responsible for international judicial and police cooperation (including 24/7 points of contact) in project countries/areas.

3.1) To provide advice where national legislation needs to be strengthened and harmonised among countries with regard to cybercrime;
3.2) To discuss the challenges in the implementation of the Budapest Convention, in particular the implementation and application of the powers and procedures provided for in the Convention subject to Article 15 (Safeguards and conditions);
3.3) To assess the efficiency of the legislation in force according to the experience, statistics in prosecuting and adjudicating cybercrime cases.

4) Support the Republic of Moldova with legal advice on the draft law establishing/concept establishing the National Centre of Cybercrime Investigations of the Republic of Moldova in order that its establishment is in line with international standards, regulations (CETS 185).

5) Assess the current cybercrime situation in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine in order that Regional seminars focus on the country specific problems/issues.

 
Output/Results 1) Legal opinion drafted and sent to the Republic of Azerbaijan.
2)Recommendations were prepared to strengthen the international cooperation against cybercrime
3)Recommendations were drafted in order that the national cybercrime legislation be more in line with the Cybercrime Convention (CETS 185)
4)Legal opinion drafted and sent to the General Prosecutors' Office
5) Draft situation report prepared and the section on substantial and procedural legal provisions was discussed and circulated among the Working Groups and assigned representatives of the EAP countries during the Regional seminar on cybercrime legislation. 
Conclusions/Follow Up From November 2012 - April 2013 peer-to-peer assessment visits will be implemented in each project country in order to follow up on the results, implementation, status of recommendations made by participants after the seminars. These peer-to-peer visits will enable the follow up of the implementation, status of the legal opinions provided by the Council of Europe. 
Participants The delegated members, national experts of each Working Group from the relevant fields the activities focused on. 
Consultants/Experts 1)Henrik W. K. Kaspersen - cybercrime legislation
2)Ioana Albani - international cooperation in combatting cybercrime; Henrik W. K. Kaspersen - cybercrime legislation; Markko Kunnapu - expert in the fight against cybercrime; Andrea Salmons - expert in the field of coopeeration against cybercrime; Virgil Spiridon - expert in the field of interagency cooperation against cybercrime; Erik Verbert - expert in the field of international cooperation against cybercrime
3)Henrik W. K. Kaspersen - cybercrime legislation; Uwe Rasmussen - prosecution of cybercrime, Markko Kunnapu - expert in the fight against cybercrime, Head of the Cybercrime Convention Committee
4)Drago Kos - legal expertise
5)Henrik W. K. Kaspersen - cybercrime legislation; Nigel Jones - judicial and law enforcement training 
CoE Secretariat 2) Cristina Schulman - moderator; Maria Oreshkina
3) Cristina Schulman - moderator; Gergo Nemeth 
Total No. Participants 71 
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26/01/2012 




 
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