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ITU Asia-Pacific Regional Mock Court Exercise on Fighting Cybercrime  

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) organised the Asia-Pacific Regional Mock Court Exercise on Fighting Cybercrime in Jakarta, Indonesia, on 18-19 September 2012. This event was kindly hosted by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT), Republic of Indonesia.



Recent trends on transnational organized crime have dramatically changed along with the onset of globalization and increased use of sophisticated and advanced information and communication technologies (ICTs). While modern crime groups have exploited cyberspace benefiting from the revolutionary development in technologies, policy makers, regulators, law enforcers and prosecutors often lack techniques and capability to cope with these new challenges on cyberspace. It is therefore important for the major players and stakeholders concerned to address the challenges together by building capacity to combat the growing and complicated cybercrimes through better understanding of its unique aspects.

The Mock Court Exercise was organized and designed to contribute to national, regional and global initiatives in accordance with a series of Resolutions adopted by the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference ( 130, 179, 181 of Guadalajara, 2010) and ITU World Telecommunication Development Conference (45 of Hyderabad, 2010), which have emphasized the importance of ensuring cybersecurity and building capacity in this area. The Mock Court Exercise targets at ICT policy makers and regulators, judges, prosecutors, law enforcers, legislators, technical experts and academia involved in fighting cybercrime particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.

AGENDA  

Tuesday, 18 September 2012
Cybercrime: An assessment of situation

08:30-09:00 Registration  
09:00-09:30 OPENING SESSION  
 
  • Welcome Remarks
ITU
 
 
  • Welcome Remarks
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Republic of Indonesia
 
09:30-13:30 SESSION 1: FIGHTING CYBERCRIME: GENERAL OVERVIEW
Objective: This session will set the tone on what will be presented and deliberated in the 2-day workshop.

Chairman: Ms. Aurora A. Rubio, Head, ITU Area Office for South East Asia
 
  Dr. Marco Gercke, ITU Cybersecuirty Consultant
 
  • Need for joint cooperation and collaboration
Dr. Ir. Ashwin Sasongko Sastrosubroto, M.Sc, Director General, ICT Applications, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Indonesia
 
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:00 SESSION 2: LEGAL AND TECHNICAL CHALLENGES FACED IN FIGHTING CYBERCRIME
  Objective: This session will focus on the legal and technical challenges faced by stakeholders in fighting cybercrime.

Chairman: Mr. Ikhsan Baidirus, Deputy Director General, International Affairs, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Indonesia
 
  Dr. Marco Gercke, ITU Cybersecuirty Consultant
  Mr. Nigel Phair, Center for Internet Safety, School of Law, University of Canberra, Australia
  Ms. Elisa Kolhase, Legal Counsel, Office of the Regulator, Samoa
 
12:00-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-15:00 SESSION 3: NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ON CYBERCRIME: TRENDS AND PRACTICES
  Objective: This session will provide international best practices and experiences on cooperation at national, regional and international level, the lessons learnt and ongoing initiatives.

Chairman: Ms. Aurora Rubio, Head, ITU Area Office for South East Asia
 
  Mr. Phannarith Ou, Head of CamCERT and Permanent Member of Cybercrime Law Working Group, Cambodia
 
  Mr. Ian Godfrey Mileng, Manager Legal Services, National Information and Communications Technology Authority (NICTA), Papua New Guinea
 
  Dr. Marco Gercke, ITU Cybersecuirty Consultant
15:00-15:30 Lunch break
15:30-17:00 SESSION 4: LEGAL AND REGULATORY APPROACHES: CASE STUDIES
  Objective: This session will share practical experiences of investigating and prosecuting cases on Cybercrime.

Chairman: Ms. Roy Cecil D. Ibay, Head of Legal and Regulatory, Sun Cellular, Philippines
 
 
  • Case 1: High Level Cases on Cybercrime
Dr. Marco Gercke, ITU Cybersecuirty Consultant
 
  Mr. Nigel Phair, Center for Internet Safety, School of Law, University of Canberra, Australia
 
  Mr. Winston Tommy Watuliu, National Police Unit for Cybercrime, Indonesia
   

Wednesday, 19 September 2012
Bridging the Gap Between Prosecutorial Practice and Technical Reality

08:30-09:00 SESSION 5: INTRODUCTION TO MOCK COURT EXERCISE
   
09:00-10:45 SESSION 6: MOCK COURT EXERCISE (INDONESIAN CASE)
  Objective: This session will conduct a mock court exercise on a case related to cybercrime in Indonesia.
 
10:45-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30 SESSION 7: MOCK COURT EXERCISE (CASE 2)
  Objective: This session will conduct a mock court exercise on a case related to cybercrime in another country.
 
12:30-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-15:00 SESSION 8: LEARNING FROM THE MOCK COURT EXERCISES
  Objective: This session will review and analyze the proceedings and outcomes of the two mock court exercises and draw lessons learned and related recommendations.
 
15:00-16:30 SESSION 9: PANEL DISCUSSION: POTENTIAL AREAS OF COOPERATION - THE NEXT STEPS
  Objective: This session aims to discuss the potential areas of cooperation and the draft recommendations on the possible steps to enhance cooperation between the law making, law enforcement authorities and technical experts on an international level.

Chairmen:

(1) Dr. Ir. Ashwin Sasongko Sastrosubroto, M.Sc, Director General, ICT Applications, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Indonesia

(2) Ms. Aurora A. Rubio, Head, ITU Area Office for South East Asia
 
  Panellists:
 
  • Mr. Narendra Jatna, Prosecutor and Legal Practiioner, Indonesia
  • Dr. Marco Gerke, ITU Cybersecurity Consultant
  • Mr. Nigel Phair, Center for Internet Safety, School of Law, University of Canberra, Australia
  • Mr. Ershad Ahmed, Regulatory Affairs General Manager, Orascom Telecom Bangladesh, Ltd. (TBC)
  • Ms. Elisa Kohlhase, Legal Counsel, Office of the Regulator, Samoa

OUTCOME STATEMENTS

16:30-17:00 CLOSING SESSION
     
AT A GLANCE  

Dates:
18-19 September 2012

Registration Deadline:
28 August 2012

Fellowship Deadline:
28 August 2012

Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

Organised by: ITU

Hosted by:

Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT), Republic of Indonesia

Contact: For detailed information, please contact

Mr. Aurora Rubio
Head, ITU Area Office for South East Asia Email: aurora.rubio@itu.int

Target Audience:
  • Policy makers
  • Regulators
  • Judges, Prosecutors, Law enforcers, Legislators
  • Technical experts
  • Academia and other stakeholders involved in fighting cybercrime
     
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