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(Español) Recientes Puntos de Acuerdo que exhortan al Ejecutivo Federal para la Adhesión de México al Convenio de Budapest

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(Español) Conferencia Octopus 2021 sobre Cooperación contra la Ciberdelincuencia

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(Español) Webinars en países de LATAM sobre el Segundo Protocolo Adicional del Convenio de Budapest

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Presentación Oficial del Libro Aspectos Prácticos de los Ciberdelitos y la Evidencia Digital

On Thursday, March 11 at 12:00 hrs. CD-MX (19:00 hrs CET) is the official presentation of the book: Practical Aspects of Cybercrime and Digital Evidence that I co-authored with Andres Velazquez. Sol Maqueo, professor and researcher at CIDE and Maria Gorlich from Tirant lo Blanch will comment the book. There will be live broadcast through Tirant lo Blanch’s YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8R9ZcEoCRM

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New Book: Practical Aspects of Cybercrime and Digital Evidence

Tirant lo blanch has published the book that I co-authored with Andres Velazquez titled: Practical Aspects of Cybercrime and Digital Evidence [ISBN 9788413786087]. The book is a joint effort of two professionals of the legal and digital forensic fields who have devoted a large part of their professional activities to advising and training authorities of the judiciary, governments, international organizations, corporations, academic institutions and research centers active in the field of cybercrime and digital evidence.

The seven chapters that make up this book analyze in a concise and detailed manner and from a practical perspective the most debated and controversial topics of the international agenda related to cybercrime, electronic evidence and cross-border access in criminal proceedings. The book is aimed at all types of readers, mainly those linked to the administration of the criminal justice system, legislators and policy makers, international and regional organizations, research and academic centers, digital forensic investigators, as well as professionals and students interested in the subject.

The book is divided in three parts. The first part titled: “Internet, Cybercrime and International Cooperation Instruments to Combat Cybercrime” covers the first three chapters. The second part titled “Jurisdiction, Cross-Border Access to Data and Applicable Legislation to Cybercrime Investigations in the International Sphere and in Latin America” consists of chapters four, five and six. This part covers an analysis of current legislation on cybercrime and electronic evidence from ten selected countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. The third part titled: “Electronic Evidence, International Standards, Comparative Legal Frameworks and their relevance under Criminal Procedure” consists of chapter seventh. This chapter analyzes relevant aspects of the electronic evidence for cybercrime investigations including the most relevant international legal instruments and legislation in this area.

Likewise, the book analyzes and reviews the applicable international instruments, as well as the substantive and procedural legislation of different countries to investigate, adjudicate and prosecute cybercrimes and to preserve digital evidence. It includes a comparative analysis of the recommendations and best practices of international organizations, judicial cooperation networks, public-private partnerships, as well as a synthesis of the most outstanding cases on jurisdiction and cross-border access resolved in the United States and European countries.

As a result of the confinement that the current pandemic has brought, the book includes a section on “COVID-19 and Cybercrime” that analyses the most relevant attacks and landmark cases, statistics and the activities of international organizations to counter and deal with these attacks that will continue to impact various sectors of the economy and society in the following years.

Read Index and initial pages of the E-Book at: https://bit.ly/3b2Udo2

Buy it directly through Tirant Mexico at: https://bit.ly/3b2Udo2

 

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Data Privacy Day 2021

Today is Data Privacy Day 2021 and the commemoration of the 40th year anniversary of the Council of Europe Convention 108. In this day, stakeholders around the world organize and participate in different activities concerning the protection of privacy and personal information as a fundamental human right.

Yesterday, I participated in the #CPDP2021 panel The role of OECD in Latin America. The dynamics of regulatory convergence in personal data protection” where I highlighted major developments of the revision of the OECD Privacy Guidelines and the Going Digital Report in Brazil. Today, I will be following and attending:

– The Council of Europe’s Conference on Data Protection Day 2021 in Latin America;

– The Conference organized under the German Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on Challenges of international data transfer from the perspective of the Convention 108+ and GDPR;

– The panel and discussions of the CPDP 2021 conference including the panel “40 Years of Data Protection and many more to come: Convention 108 and 108+ ;

– The panel organized by the Center for AI and Digital Policy, which I am part of the research team “Toward and International Accord on AI”; and

– IAPP’s Knowledge Net Meeting organized by the Brussels and Munich Chapters “Experiences with Data Transfers after Schrems II: EDPB Recommendations and New SCCs and US Government Surveillance Laws”.

Looking forward to getting involved in today’s discussions. See: the CPDP2021_Certificate_of_Attendance

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(Español) Publicación del CoE “Hacia una Regulación de Sistemas de IA”

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(Español) Actividades del Nuevo Center for AI and Digital Policy (CAIDP)

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(Español) La Resolución de FOPREL que vincula a los Poderes Legislativos de 10 países de la región para aprobar legislación sobre combate al ciberdelito

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(Español) Belize Cybercrime Act 2020

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