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The 7th Korean Institute of Criminology International Forum - Challenges of Cybercrime as Opportunities: Prevention, Cooperation and Safety
The media and the literature have consistently reported personal and societal harms of cybercrime. In the midst of COVID-19, increased online activities are likely to result in increases in cybercrime. In particular, that cybercrimes are transnational in nature and enable conventional crimes point to the need for groundbreaking changes in judicial cooperation and criminal justice responses. In spite of existing cooperation at the national and regional level, differences in measurement, law, and policy pose a limitation on dealing with cybercrime. Against the backdrop, the KICIF will provide a platform for deliberations of experts on measurement standards, cybersecurity, cyber economic crime, cybersex crime with a view to suggesting systematic and effective policy responses.

ㅇ Date:
- Day 1: December 2, 2020 14:00~18:00 KST
(Seoul, Republic of Korea)
- Day 2: December 3, 2020 9:20~13:10 KST
(Seoul, Republic of Korea)

ㅇ Sessions:
- (I) Overview of Cybercrime
- (II) Cyber Economic Crime
- (III) Cybersecurity
- (IV) Cybersex Crime

ㅇ 1st Day Keynote Speaker:
- Markko Künnapu (Senior Legal Advisor, Ministry of Justice, Republic of Estonia)

ㅇ 2nd Day Keynote Speaker:
- Thomas J. Holt (Professor / Director, The School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University)
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