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U.S. Embassy Delegation Visited Cybercrime Centre July 14th

July 14th, 2016, a delegation from the U.S. Embassy in Lithuania visited the Cybercrime Centre at Mykolas Romeris University's MRU LAB facilities.

Cybercrime Centre Director Egidija Veršinskienė welcomed the delegation to the University. 

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Lithuania has developed and operates a national Cybercrime Centre of Excellence

By consolidating academia and business resources a national Cybercrime Centre of Excellence for Training, Research and Education (L3CE) was established in 2013, which joined to international network of the Centres of Excellence for Cybercrime and Cybersecurity (2Centre).

The Network brings together national Cybercrime Centres of Excellence in many European Union (EU) countries and provides access to these countries' Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) to Network resources – officers’ training and certification programmes, to forensics tools, developed by researchers and scientists, to innovation and R&D results for cybercrime forensics. The network is coordinated and development of R&D is supported by few EU institutions such as EUROPOL, Joint Research Centre of the Commission, the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (ECTEG) and others.

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KTU researchers has developed a new forensics method for investigation of crime on Internet of Things

Kaunas University of Technology participated in implementation of the project “Lithuanian Cybercrime Centre of Excellence for Training, Research and Education” (L3CE) and has developed a new forensics method for investigation of crime in Internet of Things. L3CE project was funded by the European Commission under the Prevention of and Fighting against Crime Programme for 2007-2013 (ISEC) (Grant Agreement No HOME/2013/ISEC/AG/INT/4000005176).

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New certification programmes for law enforcement will facilitate the better collection of digital evidences

Newly developed certification programmes for Lithuanian Law Enforcement agencies (LEA) –„Collection of electronic objects” and „Windows artefacts” are designed for LEA officers, IT specialists and experts, carrying out an investigation.

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Interim results of the Project “Lithuanian Cybercrime Centre of Excellence for Training, Research, Development and Education” (L3CE)

The European Commission funded project Lithuanian Cybercrime Centre of Excellence for Training, Research and Education“(Grant Agreement No. HOME/2013/ISEC/AG/INT/4000005176), launched in July of 2014 has reached the midterm. The interim report on the project results achieved in activities on L3CE development, Research & Development and Innovation (R&DI), development of training courses, certification programmes and dissemination areas was approved by the European Commission in April of 2015. In addition, the main risks of the project were identified and the means for risks management outlined.

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Presentation of certification programmes to Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) at Mykolas Romeris University

The certification programmes for LEA – „Collection of electronic objects“ and „Windows artefacts“ – were presented to investigators, LEA officials, IT specialists and experts at the LEA, academic community and business meeting that took place at Mykolas Romeris University on 24 July of 2015

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The training courses „Certified trainer for First responders course delivery“ and „First responders“ were organised and took place in Vilnius at Mykolas Romeris University on 25-29 May of 2015. These courses were delivered by Gerry Buttner, an expert of Dublin College University Cyber Crime and Cyber Security Investigation Centre (UCD CCI). The target group of these training courses is law enforcement agencies and experts in cybercrime. Adaptation and delivery of courses is supported by the Commission under the project “Lithuanian Cybercrime Centre of Excellence for Training, Research and Education” funder under the programme Prevention of and Fight against Crime for 2007-2013 (ISEC).

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Interim results of the Project for “Lithuanian Cybercrime Centre of Excellence for Training, Research, Development and Education” (L3CE)

The implementation of the project Lithuanian Cybercrime Centre of Excellence for Training, Research, Development and Education“(Grant Agreement No. HOME/2013/ISEC/AG/INT/4000005176), funded by the European Commission, has started in July of 2014 only, but the first achievements in areas such a strategy for L3CE development, Research & Development and Innovation (R&DI) and development of training courses are already visible.

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