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I4ADA 2019 - presentation Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten

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I4ADA 2019 - presentation Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten

  1. 1. https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn: AN d9GcSjFh4veviiy-f y5AFmg9z6-6of gJB2V4lU392DDd2c9TCmmii1 Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten J.D., LL.M. Lecturer & Researcher in Data Governance, Technology & Cybersecurity Public-Private Cooperation countering Cybercrimes Cybersecurity in SMEs Research Group
  2. 2. Growth of Cybercrime and drivers in Cyber Enforcement • The WannaCry and NotPetya attacks of mid-2017, an unprecedented global scale, affecting an estimated 300 000 victims worldwide, in over 150 countries. WannaCry attacks alone estimated to have cost global economies in the region of USD 4 billion • World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2019 ranked cyberattacks among the top-five risks. • In 2017 the world’s economy lost close to $600 billion, nearly one percent of global gross domestic product to cybercrime. Over the next five years cybercrime could cost the private sector $5.2 trillion . • Whilst in Europe, it has been estimated that cybercrime costs losses of 160 to 180 billion 2 Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten J.D., LL.M. Lecturer & Researcher in Data Governance, Technology & Cybersecurity
  3. 3. Public –Private Cooperation in Cyber(Crime) Investigations 3 Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten J.D., LL.M. Lecturer & Researcher in Data Governance, Technology & Cybersecurity  Multidimensional & transnational nature of cybercrimes Challenges for cross border cybercrime investigations:  collect and share sufficient evidence to identify, apprehend and prosecute progress cybercriminals.  extraterritorial jurisdiction  the effectiveness of formal and informal cooperation
  4. 4. 4 Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten J.D., LL.M. Lecturer & Researcher in Data Governance, Technology & Cybersecurity
  5. 5. 5 Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten J.D., LL.M. Lecturer & Researcher in Data Governance, Technology & Cybersecurity
  6. 6. 6 Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten J.D., LL.M. Lecturer & Researcher in Data Governance, Technology & Cybersecurity
  7. 7. Information sharing activities in the context of public and private cooperation in cybercrime: Different expectations of private and public cooperating partners regarding roles, responsibility, and authority. Challenges pertaining forensics and data governance aspects such as: which type of the datasets that need to be shared between private and public stakeholders 7 Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten J.D., LL.M. Lecturer & Researcher in Data Governance, Technology & Cybersecurity Public –Private Cooperation in Cyber(Crime) Investigations
  8. 8.  Safety is a public good, which can be threatened by crime.  Cyber enforcement is: not solely responsibility of public sector stakeholders is a collective responsibility of the private sector stakeholders  Is the common understanding of the public good at stake, that strengthens the need to identify and leverage key enablers for effective public-private cooperation, whilst maintaining accountability and public trust.  Trust between public and private stakeholders is a key factor to cooperation.  To enable public-private cooperation, the general liability framework (rights and obligations) applicable to i.e internet intermidiaries, supply chain, etc in relation to public authorities and their subscribers need to be carefully balanced and require diligent implementation in relation to fundamental rights. 8 Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten J.D., LL.M. Lecturer & Researcher in Data Governance, Technology & Cybersecurity Public –Private Cooperation in Cyber(Crime) Investigations

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