The Budapest Convention still represents the only accepted international treaty to protect freedom, security and human rights online. Achievements and challenges will be discussed at the annual Council of Europe conference on cybercrime, organised on 21 and 22 November in Strasbourg, which will be followed by a special meeting to mark the 10th anniversary of the Convention on 23 November.
On this occasion, the Council of Europe will gather experts from all over the world, representing governments, law enforcement and the Internet industry.
In a series of workshops, the 250 or so participants will look into:
· Effective measures against the sexual exploitation and abuse of children
· Cybercrime strategies: key elements and good practices
· High-tech crime units and 24/7 points of contact (workshop closed to the press)
· Capacity building: results of technical cooperation projects. (more...)