Cyber Crime

Start Date: Monday, June 18, 2012
End Date: Friday, June 22, 2012
Category: Criminal Law Criminal Law National Law
Venue: Paris
Country: France
Leading organisation: ENM (French National School for the Judicary)
Cooperative Partner:
Language(s): French
Training level:
Target audience:
Participants(EJTN): 20
Contact: Anthony Manwaring
Contact e-mail:
Contact phone: +33 144419954

Course Description

Context:
Cyber crime comes from a new borderless place, the Internet, a place of expression, communication and creation, but also of work, commerce, power and crime. This cyberspace is used for illicit ends, as easily and quickly as the ever changing technologies which provide a very broad reach.

Pedagogy:
This session, through presentations, roundtables and demonstrations will

  • explain the Internet and its language to allow a better understanding of the technical aspects of its functioning and its potential
  • present legal provisions -civil and criminal, French, European and international - which govern the functioning of the network and promote international cooperation and repressive mutual aid in order to fight the various crimes committed via Internet
  • help judges and judicial police officers to improve their procedures by promoting concrete approaches for the different stages (localization and identification of the perpetrators, access to data, measures to prevent the disappearance of digital evidence, etc.).