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16 January 2011

EECTF MEETING – TRENDS IN CYBERCRIME AND CYBERTHREATS, EUROPE AND THE U.S.

EECTF MEETING – TRENDS IN CYBERCRIME AND CYBERTHREATS, EUROPE AND THE U.S.
The fourth meeting of the European Electronic Crime Task Force (EECTF) has been held in Rome on 10 February 2011, at Poste Italiane headquarters.

The European Electronic Crime Task Force is comprised of a pool of experts who for over a year now have been studying IT crime, directing its activities and resources in an effort to disseminate critical information within a wide ranging network.

The main themes of this meeting have focused on new trends and prevention of cybercrime, investigative techniques, and the legal challenges associated with cybercrime.
The purposes of this meeting were to further develop and encourage new forms of communication within this network, elevate security standards, and to further enhance a sense of mutual trust and awareness.

Speakers at the meeting have included Law Enforcement representatives, Legal Professionals, and private sector individuals who work in the field of finance. Details of the day’s activities can be found in the attached program.

Additionally, the meeting has covered the results of the “2011 – EECTF European Cybercrime Survey”, which was an analysis of cybercrime in 2010. This survey primarily focused on cybercrime in Europe, but provides a barometer for cybercrime throughout the world.

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16 January 2011