1 March 2023
Onsite Valencia Local Police Headquarters
Avenida del Cid, 37, Valencia (Spain)
Online Link to be sent to participants via email
The International Summit on Youth and Cybercrime will take place within the framework of CC-DRIVER and RAYUELA projects, initiatives funded by the European Union to understand the drivers of cyber criminality and research methods to prevent, investigate and mitigate cybercriminal behaviour.
Hosted by Valencia Local Police in the city of Valencia (Spain), it will provide a platform for researchers from the CC-DRIVER and RAYUELA projects to present their results and main findings focusing on the implications for policy and practice. The Summit is intended to be a discussion forum, where high level experts in the field will share their research, best practices and lessons learned, from a multidisciplinary approach, to better tackle cybercriminality, with a special focus on young people. The audience will be comprised of policy makers, law enforcement agencies, research, industry and academia, education and other experts in the field of cybercrime and cybersecurity.
Key outcomes of CC-DRIVER and RAYUELA projects will be presented, focusing on research, policies, and practice.
High level experts in the field, from across the EU and beyond, will share their best practices and lessons learned from a multidisciplinary approach to better tackle young cyber criminality.
Simultaneous interpretation will be provided.
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