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Virtual roundtable by GLACY+ Project in cooperation with APWG.EU

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We are living in an era, where the volume and sophistication of cyberattacks have increased as a result of overflowing data and increased attack surface.. Cybercrime is not a free time activity anymore, cyber-attacks are structured, well-planned, and organized activities. Threat actors collaborate and coordinate to perform targeted successful attacks which results in a continuous increase in the scale and quantity of cybercrimes. 

Cybercrime is a threat to human rights, democracy, and the rule of law. Criminal justice authorities are constantly faced with an increase in the scale and quantity of cybercrime and other offenses involving electronic evidence, including those perpetrated through the use of emerging technologies. These can include the potential for offenders to weaponize new technologies, use them to detect vulnerabilities or automate attacks or seek to manipulate technologies such as artificial intelligence for criminal purposes.

Cybercrime is a serious issue that affects everyone. New technologies offer powerful tools to help address the problem. However, using these technologies requires effective collaboration between public and private sector actors. This collaboration is necessary to prevent, investigate, and prosecute cybercrime while upholding international human rights and rule of law standards.

In this webinar Binalyze CEO and Founder, Emre Tinaztepe, will be joining the APWG to talk about opportunities for international cooperation to fight cybercrime by employing new technologies. The Council of Europe and the APWG (Anti-phishing Working Group), including the APWG.EU has been cooperating for many years to make the criminal justice system better equipped to deal with cybercrime and increase awareness among stakeholders and the public about this issue.

Carried out the GLACY+ Project in cooperation with APWG.EU, this roundtable aims to:

  • Discuss the possible challenges and opportunities regarding international cooperation to prevent, investigate and prosecute cybercrime using emerging technologies;

  • Present and exchange best practices and resources on international private-public cooperation on cybercrime prevention and investigation using new technologies.

Save your seat at this virtual event where we will be talking about the emerging technologies to discover, identify and investigate cybercrimes to build a resilient cybersecurity posture. 

Date: Apr 28, 2022 

Time: 3 PM UTC+0

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