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Second LIVE_FOR Educational Workshop
September 20, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pmFree
It is our great pleasure to invite you to be part of the ongoing “European Investigation Order (EIO) and digital forensics” training events. The training program was developed within the LIVE_FOR project.
Key aspects of the training workshop:
- EIO – Procedure, Scope, Issuing, Transmitting, Practical Issues and Experiences
- Future steps – Plans of the European Commission to simplify judicial cooperation
- Digital Forensics – General overview, Gathering evidence from cloud services
- Practical moderated discussion – How to issue an EIO & Digital evidence and Digital Forensics Best Practices
The training workshop will be held in two parts.
First part of the training workshop will be held as a webinar focusing on the procedure of the EIO as well as basics of digital forensics. This on-line part is scheduled for September 13, 2018, 10:00 am.
Second part of the training workshop will be held as a face-to-face training. During this second part of the workshop, participants shall apply their theoretical knowledge in a practical moderated discussion, connecting both, legal and technical sides of cross border access to evidence in the cloud. This part will take a place in Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, on September 20, 2018, 9:00 am.
We recommend participation in both parts of the training workshop, but the possibility of a personal meeting is irreplaceable. The second part of the workshop will be devoted more to practical knowledge, and participants will be able to personally get acquainted with a unique training cybernetic polygon KYPO for hands-on training in cybersecurity and many areas of cybercrime combat.
You can register to the educational event at the registration page where you can also find more details about the programme.
Information about the project content and activities:
Two-year LIVE_FOR (Criminal Justice Access to Digital Evidences in the Cloud – LIVE_FORensics) project, co-funded by EU DG Justice, aims to identify the state of the art including problems and obstacles for putting the Directive and the European Investigation Order to life, and enhance awareness among judicial authorities about the newest scientific and educational achievements in the selected domains (live forensic in cloud computing environments).
The project activities include analytical activities, educational and training activities, as well as awareness building. The main target groups are prosecutors, judges, law enforcement agencies, investigators, civil entities working in the prevention of cybercrime and cyberterrorism, business entities, and higher educational institutions with programs in information security, fight against cybercrime, and digital forensics.