Global cooperation against cybercrime is required


 [13/06/2007 10:00:00] More than 140 cybercrime experts from some 55 countries, international organisations and the private sector met at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg on 11 and 12 June. They called upon countries around the world to adhere to global standards as a basis for information sharing and to further enhance the functioning of the points of contact network. Implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime by as many countries as possible will be an important step in this direction. Public-private partnerships are an essential cornerstone of such global cooperation. (more…)

Conference summary
Speech: Maudde Boer-Buquicchio
Interview with Tim Cranton