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05 May 2020

The webinar's objective is to familiarise people with the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI) which is the largest and most influential forensic association in Europe.

Viewers will have the chance to find out specifics about ENFSI’s structure, aims, way of functioning and what it serves.

 
05 May 2020

This webinar will introduce police investigators to the concept of “cryptoassets” and the anatomy of a cryptocurrency transaction. It will further look at the clustering heuristics and attribution as the approaches to transaction analysis and, finally, demonstrate the use of the open-source cryptocurrency analytics platform GraphSense in investigations.

 
06 May 2020

The webinar's objective is to improve the response related to illegal immigration flows into the European Union and to identify and tackle the poly-criminal business model of migrant smuggling organised criminal groups.

 
 
 
 
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11 May 2020

The aim of the webinar is to allow Law Enforcement practitioners to handle Wireshark. This online seminar is the second of the CEPOL-ECTEG CyberWise May webinar series.

The points covered during this webinar are:

  • overview of the Wireshark frames
  • basic analysis of a pcap file
  • TCP packet header
  • rebuilding a communication from the pcap file
  • identify network devices from a pcap file
  • identify DNS and GW services from a pcap file
 
12 May 2020

The webinar's objective is to show best Practice & Real World Use Cases.

More specifically the webinar will include the following content:

  • Identify Profiles / Identities
  • Analysis of Facebook relationships
  • Darknet Investigations
 
 
 
 
 
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18 May 2020

This webinar discusses the main ideas in the EUCPN Toolbox on preventing the victimization of minors in the digital age. Children's and young people's online behaviour leaves them vulnerable to online victimization, but it also opens up new vistas for online crime prevention. After an introduction on online victimization, it discusses a few basics of crime prevention and awareness-raising on the internet, based on ideas borrowed from social marketing. There will be special attention for social media campaigns, influencer campaigns, serious games (game-based learning), and law enforcement's online presence (e.g. on social media).

 
19 May 2020

The aim of the webinar is to allow Law Enforcement Agency practitioners to handle basic IPv6 concepts:

  • identification of the main type of IPv6 address: loopback, Link-Local, Global Unicast, Multicast;
  • how to get the DNS answer for an IPv6 address using dig and nslookup;
  • how use SSH and SCP with IPv6 address;
  • using Link-local IPv6 addresses to facilitate intranet devices access.

This online seminar is the third of the CEPOL-ECTEG CyberWise May webinar series.

 
19 May 2020

Participants of this webinar will:

  • learn the basics of how to investigate websites,
  • gain understanding of possible tools and techniques needed to execute website investigations.
 
 
 
 
 
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25 May 2020

The overall objective of the webinar is to enhance knowledge on the new criminal trends monitored by Europol during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic since the beginning of the current crisis. The trainer will also describe how Europol can support cross-border cases of IP crime in general and in particular the operational analysis support.

Cross matching in Europol datasets, analysis of suspicious transactions, organisation of cross-border operations, utilisation of innovative technological solutions like Universal Forensic Extraction Device and Europol Mobile Office will be discussed in this presentation offering a close insight into the daily realities of the agency responsible to support EU law enforcement cooperation.

 
 
27 May 2020

The objective of the webinar is to present the landscape of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) crime in the EU, the business models applied and how to investigate IPTV crime.

 
 
29 May 2020

This webinar presents the European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN) toolbox on the prevention of individual frauds, perhaps better known as scams. This entails frauds committed against individuals by individuals or criminal organisations. Increasingly, this type of fraud has become a profitable and cross-border enterprise, prompting some scholars to call these offenders ‘scampreneurs’. Consequently, this type of crime deserves an EU-wide approach. The webinar will introduce some of the key criminal mechanisms and offer ideas for preventive actions. Good practices from different Member States will also be shared.

Objectives:

  • To present the EUCPN toolbox on the prevention of individual frauds
  • To introduce some of the key criminal mechanisms of individual frauds
  • To offer ideas for preventive actions
 
 
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Contact

Office address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
Hungary

Correspondence address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1903 Budapest
Pf.314
Hungary

Email address

Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032

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