International law enforcement training course on investigating ransomware attacks organised by the Council of Europe brings together 34 countries from different

On 3 and 4 Could 2022, the Council of Europe Cybercrime Programme Business office (C-PROC) organised an online intercontinental legislation enforcement instruction program on investigating ransomware assaults.

The party, which collected close to 120 practitioners from 34 international locations (Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Kiribati, Lebanon, Malawi, Maldives, Mauritius, Moldova, Mauritius, Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, Philippines, Rwanda, Thailand, Tunisia, Ukraine, Uganda, Vanuatu) aimed at strengthening the understanding of members on how to perform criminal investigations and co-operate at worldwide level on ransomware assaults.

By exploring diverse investigative prospects and through situation examine the Council of Europe experts interacted with the participants and offered realistic remedies to the concerns raised.

The Council of Europe will keep on to present aid to fascinated nations to make abilities, information and technical abilities to battle ransomware attacks as nicely as other cybercrime threats.

In the light of current gatherings, strengthening capacities on cybercrime and cybersecurity is more critical than ever.

 Webinar web page and more assets: International regulation enforcement teaching course on investigating ransomware assaults

 CyberSouth task webpage

 CyberEast venture webpage

 iPROCEEDS-2 undertaking webpage

 Octopus venture webpage

 GLACY+ task webpage