European Parliament resolution of 3 October 2017 on the fight against cybercrime
In the published resolution the European Parliament, considering capacity building at European level :
71. Deplores the fact that currently no EU standards for training and certification exist; acknowledges that future trends in cybercrime require an increasing level of expertise from practitioners; welcomes the fact that existing initiatives such as the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (ECTEG), the Training of Trainers (TOT) Project and the training activities under the EU Policy Cycle framework are already paving the way towards addressing the expertise gap at EU level.European Parliament published resolution
By leading the Global Cybercrime Certification (GCC) ECTEG project, UAM will continue work done in the TOT project by developing certification packages for several law enforcement practitioners profiles.