Yesterday, following the success of previous meetings on cybercrime, Eurojust hosted a meeting devoted to the setting up of a Judicial Cybercrime Network supported by Eurojust.
The meeting gathered experts in the field of cybercrime from the 28 EU Member States, as well as from Norway, Switzerland, the USA, the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) and the Council of Europe.
The participants agreed on the need to set up a Judicial Cybercrime Network supported by Eurojust. They also discussed the MLA process between the USA and EU Member States, and were introduced to the projects initiated and supported by the Council of Europe in relation to cybercrime.
In addition, representatives of the Ministry of Security and Justice of the Netherlands provided an overview of priorities of their incoming Presidency of the EU which includes the fight against cybercrime.
Tactical meeting on cybercrime
Appointment of Eurojust's cybercrime expert