MINSK, 15 April (BelTA) – Moscow will host the international research conference “Topical problems of internal affairs agencies (police) of the CIS member states in combating cyber crimes” on 18 April, BelTA learned from the press service of the CIS Executive Committee.
The event will be held under the auspices of the CIS Council of Ministers of Internal Affairs (CMIA) and will be organized by the office for the coordination of the fight against organized crime and other dangerous types of crime in cooperation with Kikot Moscow University of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. The conference will seek to contribute to the implementation of the decisions of the CMIA summit in Baku. It will aim to develop and test theoretical, methodological and practical basis for the concerted action mechanism to help the internal affairs agencies of the CIS member states combat new types of crimes with the use of information technologies in the CIS.
The conference will include two sections: “Modern scientific approaches to definition and structure of cyber crimes” and “Legal, organizational, technological countermeasures against cyber crimes”. The results of the conference will be used to prepare the agenda of the forthcoming CIS CMIA sessions. Plans are in place to publish a collection of the participants' reports, speeches, and other materials.More about Society