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  1. Nov 2020
    1. INTERPOL report shows alarming rate of cyberattacks during COVID-19

      Here you can find an interesting graph showing the distribution of cyberthreats since the pandemic outbreak. It could be useful for the cybersecurity-related session you'll moderate. ||Jovan||

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  2. Aug 2020
    1. From iPhones toaircraft carriers

      Here, you can find this text on the USA security-driven approach.

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    1. Fake audio or video content

      Deepfakes ranked as the most serious AI crime threat, followed by driverless vehicles, AI-powered spear phishing, fake news, etc. ||djordjej|| ||NatasaPerucica|| ||Jovan|| ||VladaR||

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  3. Jul 2020
    1. n view of the transnational nature ofcybercrime and the fact that the large majority of global cybercrimes are committed by organized groups, Member States should also make greater use of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime to facilitate the sharing of information and evidence for criminal investigations relating to cybercrime;

      It is completely underutilised instrument since most cybercrime is organised and transnational.

    2. he sufficient training of investigators, prosecutors and judges were best addressed through capacity-building, active dialogue and cooperation among law enforcement agencies and the use of existing tools, such as the Councilof Europe Convention on Cybercrime(Budapest Convention

      Reasons from 'status quo' community (preserve Budampest convention).

    3. Some Member States suggested that owing to the evolving, complicated and transnational nature of cybercrime, it would be premature to discuss common standards in international cooperation. Therefore, Member States should pursue new international responses against cybercrime by considering the negotiation of a new global legal instrument on cybercrime within the framework of the United Nations. That instrument should be considered taking into account, inter alia, the concerns and interests of all Member States and the proposed draft United Nations convention on cooperation in combating cybercrime submitted to the Secretary-General on 11 October 2017 (A/C.3/72/12, annex);

      It is interesting that proposers of the UN Cybercrime Convention (Russian proposal) are against international standards. What is behind this difference? Is it Russian blockages to have soft-law (starndards) instead of hard law (convention)

    4. Report on the meeting of the Expert Group to Conduct a Comprehensive Study on Cybercrime held in Vienna from 27 to 29 March 2019

      Today, I spoke to UN ODC webinar. It was useful to revisit the current situation in cybercrime negotiations. I also annotated it. It would be useful for updating page on cybeercrime

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    1. ||AndrijanaG|| ||VladaR|| Let us add Russian proposal of the UN Cybercrme Convention as one of resourcesn (add to DW resources)

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