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Last Updated: 03.10.2011
 
Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop on Fighting Cybercrime  

The Asia Pacific Regional Workshop on Fighting Cybercrime was held from 21-23 September at Seoul, Republic of Korea. The workshop, which was hosted by the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office with support from Korean Institute of Criminology and Korea Internet and Security Agency was held at Supreme Prosecutors’ Office (SPO), 1730-1 Seocho 3-dong Seocho-gu Seoul, Republic of Korea. About 70 participants from 19 countries attended the event. The meeting decided on a "Meeting Outcome Statement .



All presentations and the meeting outcome are available here and also  on UNODC websites:  http://www.unodc.org/eastasiaandpacific

AGENDA  

21 September 2011 (Day 1)
Fighting Cybercrim: An Assessment of Situation

08:30-09:00 Registration  
09:00-10:00 Opening Session  
 
  • Welcome Address
Mr Sang-dae Han, Prosecutor General
  Mr Gary Lewis, UNODC
  Ms Eun-Ju Kim, ITU
 
  • Welcome Address
Dr Il-Su Kim, KIC
 
  • Welcome Address
Mr Jongryeol Suh, KISA
09:50-10:15 SESSION 1: OVERVIEW OF THE WORKSHOP
  Mr Keebong Paek, UNODC
10:15-10:30 Coffee break  
13:30-15:15 SESSION 2: OVERVIEW OF CYBERCRIME AND ECONOMIC IMPACT

Objective:
This session will provide an overview of Cybercrime including offences against the confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer data and systems, content related offences, copyright and trademark related offences, computer related offences, cyber terrorism, cyber warfare, cyber laundering and Phishing. The session will also discuss the economic impact of Cybercrime. 
 
  Moderator: Mr Gary Lewis, UNODC
  Dr Marco Gercke, Cybercrime Research Institute

 
  Dr Raymond Choo, University of South Australia
12:00-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-14:30 SESSION 3: OVERVIEW OF CYBERCRIME AND ECONOMIC IMPACT - cont'd

Objective:
This session will continue discussion an overview of Cybercrime including offences against the confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer data and systems, content related offences, copyright and trademark related offences, computer related offences, cyber terrorism, cyber warfare, cyber laundering and Phishing. The session will also discuss the economic impact of Cybercrime.
 
  Moderator: Mr Gary Lewis, UNODC
  Dr Marco Gercke, Cybercrime Research Institute
 
  Dr Minwoo Yun, Hansei University
14:30-15:00 Coffee break  
15:00-17:00 SESSION 4: CURRENT NATIONAL PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES FACED

Objective:
To introduce all the participants to the practical challenges faced by prosecutors in combating cybercrime.
 
  Moderator: Mr Keebong Paek, UNODC
 
  • Philippines
 
 
  • Viet Nam
 
 
  • Myanmar
 
 
  • Republic of Korea
 
     

22 September 2011 (Day 2)
Bridging the Gap Between Prosecutorial Practice and Technical Reality

09:00-10:00 SESSION 5: INTERNATIONAL LEGAL APPROACHES / REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS FOR FIGHTING CYBERCRIME

Objective:
This session will deal with international and regional legal frameworks to address the issues of different aspects of Cybercrime. 
 
  Moderator: Dr Joon Oh, KIC
  Dr Won Sang Lee, KIC
  Ms Gillian Murray, UNODC
  Mr Ashish Narayan, ITU
10:00-10:30 Coffee break  
10:30-12:00 SESSION 6: TECHNICAL MEASURE TO COMBAT CYBERCRIME

Objective:
This session will provide an overview of technologies involved in combating Cybercrime.
 
  Moderator: Ms Eun-Ju Kim, ITU
  Dr Heung Youl Youm, Soonchunhyang University
  Mr Mohamad Sazly Musa, IMPACT
  Mr Kai Koon Ng, Symantec
12:00-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-14:30 SESSION 7: TECHNICAL MEASURES TO COMBAT CYBERCRIME - cont'd

Objective:
This session will provide an overview of technologies involved in combating Cybercrime.
 
  Moderator: Ms Eun-Ju Kim, ITU
  Mr Jinhyun Cho, Korea Internet & Security Agency
  Mr Anuj Singh, IMPACT
14:30-15:00 Coffee break  
15:00-17:00 SESSION 8: CURRENT NATIONAL PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES FACED

Objective:
To introduce all the participants to the practical challenges faced by prosecutors in combating cybercrime
 
  Moderator: Mr Keebong Paek, UNODC
 
  • Thailand
 
 
  • Brunei
 
 
  • Lao PDR
 
 
  • Singapore
 
 
  • Indonesia
 
     

23 September 2011 (Day 3)
International Cooperation on Fighting Cybercrime

09:00-10:00 SESSION 9: INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL COOPERATION IN FIGHTING CYBERCRIME: TRENDS AND PRACTICES

Objective:
This session will provide international practices on cooperation at regional and international level, the lessons learnt and ongoing initiatives. 
 
  Moderator: Mr Ashish Narayan
  Ms Gillian Murray, UNODC
  Mr Marco Obiso, ITU
  ITU & UNODC
10:00-10:30 Coffee break  
10:30-12:00 SESSION 10: ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

Objective:
This session will brainstorm on the way forward on international cooperation in fighting Cybercrime. 
 
  Moderator: Mr Gary Lewis, UNODC
 
12:00-12:30 CONCLUDING SESSION
Feedback from the participants and thanking everybody for participating
 
  • Mr Kyungjoon Jin, SPO
 
   
 
  • Mr Gary Lewis, UNODC
 
12:30-13:30 Farewell Lunch
     
     
At a Glance  

Dates:
21 - 23 September 2011

EXTENDED! Registration Deadline: 10 September 2011

EXTENDED! Fellowship Deadline:

31
August 2011

Location:
Seoul, Republic of Korea

Organised by: ITU and UNODC

Hosted by: Republic of Korea

Contact: For detailed information, please contact

Mr. Ashish Narayan
ITU Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
Email: Ashish.Narayan@itu.int

Ms. Duangjai Pattanarudee
Email:
duangjai.pattanarudee@unodc.org

Target Audience:
  • Policy makers
  • Regulators
  • Private sector and Industry
     
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