Data in Law Enforcement: Navigating the Online Environment in the 21st Century
October 5, 2022
Speaker: Matteo Quattrocchi, Director, Policy, BSA | The Software Alliance
The state of cybercrime is getting worse year by year despite increasing investments in cybersecurity and resilience. It is therefore essential that we redouble our efforts to bring perpetrators to justice, increase cooperation amongst law enforcement authorities, and innovate the relationship between the public and private sectors.
To address these topics, Microsoft is bringing together relevant stakeholders to an invitation-only workshop that will explore core topics related to law enforcement access to electronic evidence. The agenda will feature four dedicated sessions with experts from several intergovernmental organizations, academia, and industry who will address some of the most pressing issues associated with law enforcement’s access to e-evidence both in the EU and globally.
During Session 2, BSA’s Matteo Quattrocchi will moderate a discussion exploring how international agreements can strengthen electronic evidence access.
- Rob Deedman, Investigatory Powers Unit, National Security Division, UK Home Office
- Nathan Whiteman, Director & Principal Legal Officer, International Cybercrime Policy and Cooperation, Attorney-General's Department, Australia
- Tania Schroeter, Deputy Head of Unit, Procedural Criminal Law, DG JUSTICE, European Commission
- Norman Barbosa, General Manager and Associate General Counsel, Law Enforcement, National Security and Telecom at Microsoft
More Information: https://www.microsoft.com/en-eu/european-policy/events/data-in-law-enforcement
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