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CyberEast+: Moldovan country team discussed cybercrime legislation reforms and strategic priorities in line with the Second Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cybercrime | #cybercrime | #infosec

The newly launched CyberEast+  (2024-2027), a joint project of the European Union and of the Council of Europe, held on 27 May 2024 a meeting on cybercrime legislation reforms in view of implementation of the Second Additional Protocol, followed by a project coordination meeting with key stakeholders from the Republic of Moldova.

Representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Justice, the Prosecutor General’s Office, the Personal Data Protection Commissioner, the National Communications Regulator and members of local telecommunication providers discussed the state of play of cybercrime legislation, with a focus on co-operation with service providers, data protection and other cross-cutting matters. Practitioners and stakeholders focused on the benefits of the  Second Additional Protocol to this treaty, on enhanced cooperation and disclosure of electronic evidence, including the main provisions and requirements. The meeting provided insight into the necessary legal reforms in view of the successful implementation of the Second Protocol in the Republic of Moldova. 

The project coordination meeting, held on 28 May 2024, provided a detailed account of the CyberEast+ objectives and strategic priorities in the Republic of Moldova, ensuring that appropriate support will be given to the project counterparts, in line with the Convention on Cybercrime (Budapest Convention) and its Protocols.

CyberEast+ webpage

Declaration on Strategic Priorities for Co-operation on Cybercrime in the Eastern Partnership Region, 14 December 2023 

Convention on Cybercrime (Budapest Convention) 

Second Additional Protocol to the Cybercrime Convention, on enhanced co-operation and disclosure of electronic evidence (CETS No. 224)

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