Today, organized crime has succeeded in developing an international cyber capability that can reach out into the far corners of the world and obtain riches that dwarf their traditional illicit activities. These cybercrime activities have produced significant and instant means of enrichment. The perpetrators up until now have experienced little if any legal consequences for their criminal actions. In order to combat cybercrime, especially those perpetrated by transnational organized criminal organizations require increasing degrees of international diplomatic and law enforcement cooperation. A number of Embassies have been invited to participate in this discussion of how prospects of international cooperation against cybercriminal organizations are progressing.
- Understand the state of play of cybercriminal activities in a number of countries around the world
- Learn what steps are being taken to promote international cooperation
- Hear concrete examples of cooperation that succeeded and those that did not