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Title: 2CENTRE, the Cybercrime Centres of Excellence for Training, Research & Education completed

Concise Description:
2CENTRE stands for the Cybercrime Centres of Excellence Network for Training, Research and Education. 2CENTRE is a European project which aim at uniting law enforcement, industry and academic expertise to provide an internationally coordinated cybercrime investigation training program for law enforcement agencies and the industry in the European Union and beyond. 2CENTRE will help develop a cost effective, scalable, sustainable and consistent training program on cybercrime among all countries participating in the project.
Describe how you will take steps to adhere to the multi-stakeholder principle, including geographical diversity.
2CENTRE is in its very essence a multi-stakeholder and international project, aiming at helping any country to define and meet its needs in training and education on cybercrime. Work has already started in Ireland, France, and discussions between law enforcement, industry and academia are under progress in Belgium, Egypt, Estonia, Germany, Italy, United-Kingdom and with IMPACT.
c) Does the proposed workshop provide different perspectives on the issues under discussion?
The very essence of 2CENTRE is to gather the different perspectives of law enforcement, industry and academia, to build capacity for training and education against cybercrime around the world.
The workshop will be the opportunity for 2CENTRE to reach a global audience and gather feedback from countries that will have not been in touch with this project.
More information :
Announcement : http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2009/mar09/03-10CybercrimeCentresPR.mspx
Full position Paper : http://www.2centre.eu/docs

The Speakers are as follows:

1) Radomír JANSKÝ
European Commission
Directorate-General Justice, Freedom and Security
Directorate F.2 Fight against Organised Crime
Office LX46 3/146
1049 Brussels, Belgium
http://ec.europa.eu/justice_home/index_en.htm

2) Dr. Joe Carthy
Head of School
UCD School of Computer Science and Informatics
University College Dublin
Belfield, Dublin 4
Ireland
http://www.cs.ucd.ie/

3) Jean-Christophe Le Toquin
Director, Internet Safety
Legal and Corporate Affairs
Microsoft Europe Middle-East and Africa
39 quai du Président Roosevelt
92130 Issy les Moulineaux - France
http://www.microsoft.com/protect

4) General Hussein Sadek
Director of the Police Research Center
Mubarak Police Academy
Cairo
Egypt

Which of the five broad IGF Themes or the Cross-Cutting Priorities does your workshop fall under?
Capacity Building

Have you organized an IGF workshop before? No
If so, please provide the link to the report:
No link to this report

Would you be the Workshop organizer? Yes
If so, who would you approach as co-organizers ? If not, who do you think should organize it?
Council of Europe
) Provide the names and affiliations of the panelists you are planning to invite. Describe the main actors in the field and whether you have you approached them about their willingness to participate in the proposed workshop.
Radomír JANSKÝ
European Commission
Directorate-General Justice, Freedom and Security
Directorate F.2 Fight against Organised Crime
Nicola Dileone
Europol - High Tech Crime Centre
www.europol.europa.eu
Dr. Joe Carthy
Head of School
UCD School of Computer Science and Informatics
University College Dublin
Belfield, Dublin 4
Ireland
Nigel Jones MBE
Director - Technology Risk Limited
Web: www.technologyrisklimited.co.uk
Registered Office: 2nd Floor, 145-157 St John Street, London, EC1V 4PY
Cormac Callanan
CEO, Aconite Internet Solutions
Dublin, Ireland
www.aconite.ie
These five people are at the heart of the 2CENTRE project, in various capacities:
- 2CENTRE will be funded by the ISEC program, a program against cybercrime of the European Commission, in the Directorate-General Justice, Freedom and Security. Radomir Jansky is in charge of the ISEC program in this Directorate-General.
- Joe Carthy is the Director of the School of Computer Science and Informatics in University College Dublin. This School has developed the first Master of Science on Cybercrime Investigation, in cooperation with Europol and Interpol. He is the academic person who is at the foundation of the 2CENTRE project.
- Nigel Jones is a former law enforcement officer in the UK. In this capacity he founded the cybercrime training for law enforcement in the UK. He is has been consultant to University College Dublin, Europol and Interpol for years, and is also acting as the consultant for 2CENTRE, representing the views of law enforcement.
- Cormac Callanan established the first commercial ISP (Internet Services Provider) business in Ireland in 1991 (EUnet Ireland). He then founded the Irish internet industry association and became President of EuroISPA, the European ISP association. From 2003-2007, he became CEO of INHOPE, the international network of Internet hotlines combating online illegal content. In 2008, he acted as a consultant representing the industry in the establishment of guidelines of the Council of Europe on the cooperation between law enforcement and internet services. Today he is acting as the consultant for 2CENTRE, representing the views of the industry.

The Workshop is proposed on behalf of:Microsoft

Contact Person: Jean-Christophe Le Toquin