On March 14, 2018 the LIVE_FOR project organised the first face-to-face educational event in Brussels after conducting the webinar last week on March 07, 2018.
The workshop focused on the title of the project: Criminal Justice Access to evidence stored in the cloud. 22 participants discussed the procedure of using the European Investigation Order as a tool for collecting electronic evidence abroad in detail.
Emmanuelle Legrand, Seconded National Expert to the European Commission (DG JUST) and a French Investigating Judge, led the discussions of the participants about the impact of location of servers for issuing evidence collection by using the EIO and analysed the EIO-form together with the attendees.
Afterwards, Antonio Rodriguez, Head of Cybersecurity at the inLab.FIB-esCERT, gave a live demonstration focussing on e-mail forensics, illustrating the technical execution of an issued digital forensics measure.
The workshop was finished by a presentation of Christian Förster, Investigator at the German Bundeskriminalamt, who introduced his INTLI project, which examines the International Lawful Interception of Telecommunication and the live exchange of evidence.
During the whole day the participants had fruitful discussions and exchanged many best practices.
Output of the workshop will be summarized in a paper, which will be published in the next quarter.
On March 7, 2018 the LIVE_FOR project successfully organized the first webinar on the European investigation order (EIO), e-evidences, and digital forensics. The webinar will be complemented by a face-to-face workshop in Brussels on March 14, 2018.
The webinar’s programme was opened by Lewin Rexin from Hochschule Albstadt-Sigmaringen who briefly presented the LIVE_FOR project and the three distinguished speakers
Toma Milieskaite from the European Commission, DG Justice then gave a very interesting presentation on the EIO, including the procedure of issuing, transmission, and recognition of the EIO, as well as the upcoming tools and innovations by the European Commission.
Antonio Rodriguez from Politechnical University of Catalunya (UPC) provided an overview on digital forensics and collecting digital evidence online. He explained how Internet works, how data is stored, and what logs are available. He also showed how digital evidence can be secured, which acquisition methods can be used, and how the evidence can be securely transferred.
Finally, Lodewijk van Zwieten, Public prosecutor from the Netherlands, presented best practices and challenges in using the EIO for the collection of e-evidence.
The slides shown during the webinar can be accessed by clicking on the above pictures.
You can find the webinar recording at the following address: https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/pvfewsdrocyk/