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Basic Training Course on Legal and Technical Aspects of Cybercrime

  • Focus on jurisdictional issues in cyberspace

, 25 April 2013 – 26 April 2013
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313DT11

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About the project

This training course is sponsored by the European Commission. It is part of a project consisting of eight seminars that will take place in Trier at the ERA premises between 2012 and 2015. The project comprises basic training courses on the legal and technical aspects of cybercrime to provide approximately 500 judges and prosecutors with the essential skills necessary to cope with internet-related offences.

Key topics

  • Introduction to cybercrime: definitions, development of computer crime, overview of the most relevant offences and how they are committed
  • Legal challenges and solutions in fighting cybercrime: challenges in applying traditional criminal law instruments, procedural law, jurisdictional issues and international cooperation
  • Cybercrime case studies (real-life scenarios to be discussed in small working groups)
  • Jurisdictional issues in the cyberspace

Who should attend?

This course is primarily aimed at judges and prosecutors.

Registration fee

Please note that the number of places available for participants is limited. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.

The participation fee of € 120 includes two nights' hotel accommodation to be booked by ERA. In addition, the travel expenses will be reimbursed up to an amount of € 400.

To register, please use the registration form on the right.




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With the financial support of the European Commission's "Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme" (Directorate-General Home Affairs)

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