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Fighting Cybercrime: Between Legislation and Concrete Action

  • The (proposed) New EU Directive
  • Council of Europe and UN Instruments
  • Stuxnet, Denial of Service Attacks and Botnets
  • Role of the Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Role of the Internet Industry (Google, Microsoft)

Milan, 24 May 2012 – 25 May 2012
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312D24

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This seminar will provide a platform to debate and assess how the (proposed) new EU Directive on attacks against information systems (“Directive on Cybercrime”) and other European and international instruments are addressing large-scale cyber attacks and other threats posed by methods such as botnets, i.e. networks of compromised computers infected by malicious software and remotely controlled by a “botmaster”.

Key topics

  • Modus procedendi and consequences in the real world of Stuxnet and other recent malware
  • 2011 draft EU Directive and 2001 Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime
  • Activities of the United Nations
  • Ongoing cooperation with the internet industry

After the introductory lectures by national, European and international experts, panels will discuss the concrete implementation of these measures at domestic level and the differences in national legislative acts which can impede the effective fight against cybercrime.

The internet industry will by represented by Google and Microsoft.

Who should attend?

Judges, prosecutors, police officers, defence lawyers, civil servants, policymakers and representatives of the internet industry.



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Background Documentation
Documentation is available here for logged in participants at this event.

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Elizabeth Klopocki
Assistant - Criminal Law Section
phone: +49 (0)651 937 37 322
fax: +49 (0)651 937 37 773
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