The conference “ROAR: Challenges in providing support to victims of cybercrime” presented itself as the final event of project: "ROAR: Empowering victims of cybercrime".
Throughout the day, we created a space for sharing knowledge and exchanging good practices, advancing recommendations on how to act on cybercrime and the support provided to its victims.
The Conference took place on 3rd November in the headquarters of Altice Portugal and was transmitted online, bringing together civil society organizations, academy, industry, media, security forces, judicial authorities and policy makers form across Europe.
Throughout the morning, specialists presented national, Europeans and global perspectives related of cybercrime. We had communications about “The importance of the New European package about Digital Evidence”.
“Challenges in prevention and investigation of child sexual abuse online”. “The Internet of Things (IoT) – We are more vulnerable to cyber-attacks?” and “Risk Factors Associated with Cybervitimation”
Find more about the conference and the project “ROAR: Empowering victims of cybercrime: https://apav.pt/roar
This conference was funded by the European Union's Internal Security Fund — Police.
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