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Events


3 November 2020 – 4 November 2020 | Online Conference
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Material Online

  • Focus on intervention programmes and awareness-raising campaigns
Online Conference on
3 November 2020 - 08:30-13:15 CET
4 November 2020 - 08:45-12:45 CET

   



5 November 2020 – 6 November 2020 | London
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Criminal Justice System

  • AI to predict crimes and as a criminal intelligence tool
       Online Conference on
       5 November 2020 - 8:30 - 16:30 CET
       6 November 2020 - 8:45 - 12:50 CET
     



9 November 2020 – 10 November 2020 | Online Conference
Computer Forensics in Legal Proceedings

  • Practice of Digital Forensic Investigations
Online Conference on
09 November 2020 - 08:30-13:00 CET
10 November 2020 - 08:45-12:30 CET

                    



12 November 2020 – 13 November 2020 | Trier
Annual Conference on EU Criminal Justice 2020

  • European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO)
  • Defence rights
  • E-Evidence, cryptocurrencies and “e-crimes 2.0”
  • Recent case law of the Court of Justice of the EU
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e-Learning


2015

e-Learning course
Fighting Child Pornography Online: 10 Key Questions
Alisdair Gillespie


  European and international legal instruments to fight child pornography online
  Definitions, type and nature of material, “grooming”, blocking, filtering and virtual child pornography

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May 2017

Cyber Risks in Financial Institutions: Lessons learned in responding to them
Liviu Chirita


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May 2017

Approaches to Prepare Proactively for Cybercrime Incidents
Dave O'Reilly


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September 2013

Cyber Menaces and Different Types of Cybercrime Offences
Cormac Callanan


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September 2013

Cloud Computing: Implications for the Criminal Justice System
Dr Ian Walden


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