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The Belgium Federal Police, in partnership with the French Gendarmerie and the Université de Technologie de Troyes and with support from the Norwegian Police University College, all ECTEG members, finalised a comprehensive two weeks course for Law Enforcement Cybercrime specialists. This course will become ECTEG materials available by year 2019 for all Law Enforcement Agencies.
The Kick Off Meeting of the Global Cybercrime Certification Project is being held in Universidad Autónoma de Madrid on the 19th and 20th of February. During this meeting, the partners (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, University College Dublin, Albstadt-Singmaringen University and Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute) have been working on the project’s road map and next
published by EUROPOL : The objective of this document is to support the Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) and the Public Prosecutors in their dealing with Law Enforcement Agencies in cases of criminal investigations, by providing a common taxonomy for the classification of incidents, named Common Taxonomy for Law Enforcement and The National Network
This taxonomy resulted from collaboration initiatives such as the annual ENISA/EC3 Workshop which involved CSIRTs, LEAs, ENISA, and EC3. A must have for all LEA involved in cyber crime fighting !
A new Call for Proposals for Cybercrime projects in the framework of the Annual Work Programme 2017 of the Internal Security Fund (Police) has been recently published. The full text of the call, estimated at 8M € is accessible from the EU portal.
In the published resolution the European Parliament, considering capacity building at European level : 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.
State of the Union 2017 – Cybersecurity: Commission scales up EU’s response to cyber-attacks
from Council Of Europe website In the framework of the collaboration between Council of Europe, INTERPOL and ECTEG, aimed at strengthening law enforcement capacities worldwide, a special programme for Ghanaian cybercrime investigators and other public agencies has taken place on 11-14 September 2017 in Accra. Some 30 representatives of Ghanaian LEAs learned from INTERPOL trainers
Source : Council of Europe website The first in a series of workshops was held in Brussels on 15 and 16 June, which brought together 37 representatives of cybercrime units and police training academies from 20 countries, including Glacy+ partners, to familiarize them with the ECTEG course materials and discuss national law enforcement training strategies