"Preventing and Combating Cybercrime" Conference 2016

The International Conference "Preventing and Combating Cybercrime"
20-21 May 2016, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Organized by the Faculty of Law, Babeş-Bolyai University
An Initiative of Faculty's Cybercrime Research Unit

Main Partners: the U.S. Secret Service, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Romania, and Western Union
Also in Partnership with Betfair Romania DevelopmentBlade Solutions; Net Brinel; IntensaSafetech Innovations; eBay; CERT-RO; the Romanian Data Protection Authority; the e-Europe R&D Centre, Comenius University of Bratislavathe Cluj Center of the Institute for the Training of Lawyers; Romanian IP Law Association; MediaLaws; CluJust; and Eco Romania XXI Foundation.

Cybercrime has evolved significantly in sophistication and prevalence in recent years, representing a major threat, with significant implications for the national security, economic development, and public safety. This Conference aimed to discuss essential aspects of the effective fight against cybercrime. In a comprehensive approach, the event featured specialists from several domains or countries, with expertise in key areas.

We welcomed about 130 participants from the U.S., the Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, Serbia, Slovakia, the U. K., Luxembourg, Cameroon, and Romania.
The Conference Program is available below.

We invited papers on the following topics: Cybercrime Legal Issues - Cybercrime Case Studies - Intellectual Property Crimes - Online Frauds and Identity Theft - Online Abuse and Exploitation of Children - Cyberstalking - Hacktivism - Cyberespionage - Multi-Vector Cyber-Threats - Advanced Persistent Attacks - Cybercrime Impact Analysis - Data Breach Litigation - Mobile Malware Trends - Cryptomarkets, Malware-as-a-Service, and Botnets - Models for Cybercrime Deterrence - Secure Online Authentication and Identification - Protecting Privacy and Public Safety Online - Trade Secret Protection - Protection Against "Petty" Cybercrimes - Cloud Legal Issues - Evidence Gathering and the Chain-of-Custody in Digital Investigations - Digital Forensics Analysis and Validation - Ways to Strengthening the Capacities of the Judiciary and Law Enforcement Institutions - Cyber Incident Reporting - International Cooperation in Fighting Cybercrime.
The papers accepted by the Conference Scientific Committee were published in a book, under an ISBN reference (see book cover below).

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