Conference of the UNODC expert group on cyber crime
Representative of the C4e participated in the conference of the UNODC Open-ended intergovernmental expert group to conduct a comprehensive study of the problem of cybercrime, which was organized at the UN premises in Vienna.
Václav Stupka, as a member of the academic delegation, has been involved in the activities of the expert group for the third year. The expert group's original intention was to develop a comparative study on cybercrime, but it is currently focusing primarily on the discussion of mechanisms for co-operation to combat cybercrime and on the possibilities of creating a new instrument of international law for the harmonization of criminal laws on cybercrime or on designing model law.
Within the conference, the C4e also disseminated information on the Center's activities, the LIVE_FOR project and its outcomes, and the possibility of using the European Investigation Order to obtain cross-border electronic evidence.
More information about the conference is available here: https://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/organized-crime/open-ended-intergovernmental-expert-group-to-conduct-a-comprehensive-study-of-the -problem-of-cybercrime.html
Czech ICT law
On September 20 and 21, the Institute of Law and Technology of the Faculty of Law of MU, which cooperates with C4e, organizes the conference Czech Law and Information Technology.
The SecureFlex project gets funding
First LIVE_FOR Educational workshop
The first LIVE_FOR educational workshop with a title “European Investigation Order and Digital Forensics” will take place in March 2018.
The C4e project received funding in the Excellent Research programme
The C4e project, "Center of Excellence for Cybercrime, Cybersecurity and Protection of Critical Information Infrastructures", received financial support from the the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports call in the project call Excellent Research.