Combatting Cybercrime: Tools and Capacity Building for Emerging Economies.
The resources available here are aimed at building capacity among policy-makers, legislators, public prosecutors & investigators, and civil society in developing countries in the policy, legal and criminal justice aspects of the enabling environment to combat cybercrime. These resources include:
- A Toolkit that synthesizes good international practice in combatting cybercrime
- An Assessment Tool that enables countries to assess their current capacity to combat cybercrime and identify capacity-building priorities
- A Virtual Library with materials provided by Project participating organizations and others
The Toolkit is a resource that synthesizes good practices in combatting cybercrime and is organized along nine dimensions, or chapters, which are the same dimensions included in the Assessment Tool.
Cybercrime is continually evolving. The Toolkit captures information as of 2016 and will be periodically updated. The Toolkit, a reference resource on its own, also provides a broad contextual background to the Assessment Tool. The Toolkit and Assessment Tool should be read together.
The Assessment Tool is also included with an explanatory chapter in the Toolkit. The purpose of the Assessment Tool is to enable a user to determine gaps in capacity and highlight priority areas to direct capacity-building resources. The first use of the Assessment Tool will provide a baseline. Periodic updating using the Assessment Tool will provide a basis to monitor progress. Use and results of the Assessment Tool are for the benefit of the user downloading it. Workflow remains solely with the user and there is no tracking, ranking or reporting back of results.
This is a web-based and interactive platform of materials of partner organizations and other participants in the fight against cybercrime to share information, experience and expertise. The materials on the virtual library are all in the public domainVirtual Library
This Project was financed by a grant from the Korean Ministry of Strategy and Finance under the Korea-World Bank Group Partnership Facility.
The Project team was led by staff of the World Bank, and included the participation of the following organizations: the Council of Europe, the International Association of Penal Law, the International Telecommunication Union, the Korea Supreme Prosecutors Office, the Oxford Cyber-security Capacity Building Centre, the United Nations Conference on Trade & Development, the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, and the United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime.
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The documents and resources listed here refer to Chapter 7, “In-Country Assessment Tool” of the Toolkit. These references are in addition to what is contained in Appendices D & E of the Toolkit.
Cybercrime Questionnaire for Member StatesAssessment ToolUNODC2012PDF, 0.16mb
Cyber Security Capability Maturity Model (CMM) PilotAssessment ToolOxford University2014PDF, 1.10mb
Cybercrime Legislation QuestionnaireAssessment ToolCouncil of Europe2007
HIPCAR Project e-Crimes Questionnaire (St. Vincent and the Grenadines)Assessment ToolITU2013
HIPSSA Project Questionnaire Cybercrime Law (Zimbabwe)Assessment ToolITU2013PDF, 0.09mb
ITU Toolkit for Cybercrime Legislation (Draft)Assessment ToolITU2010PDF, 0.46mb
Preparatory Colloquium Section I Concept Paper and QuestionnaireAssessment ToolAIDP2012PDF, 0.03mb
Preparatory Colloquium Section II Concept Paper and QuestionnaireAssessment ToolAIDP2013PDF, 0.06mb
Preparatory Colloquium Section III Concept Paper and QuestionnaireAssessment ToolAIDP2013
Preparatory Colloquium Section IV Concept Paper and QuestionnaireAssessment ToolAIDP2013
Preparatory Questionnaire for the Eighth Meeting of the Working Group on Cyber CrimeAssessment ToolOAS2013
Questionnaire Prepared at the First Meeting of Government Experts on Cyber CrimeAssessment ToolOAS1999
Questionnaire Related to the Recommendations from the Fourth Meeting of Governmental Experts on Cyber CrimeAssessment ToolOAS2006PDF, 0.01mb
The documents and resources listed here refer to Chapter 6, “Capacity Building” of the Toolkit dealing with general aspects of capacity building, as well as special considerations when dealing with the private sector.
Capacity Building on CybercrimeCapacity BuildingCouncil of Europe2013PDF, 0.75mb
Cyber Capacity Building in Ten PointsCapacity BuildingEUISS2014PDF, 0.25mb
The documents and resources listed here refer to Chapter 5, “International Cooperation” of the Toolkit dealing with both “formal” cooperation (such as treaties) as well as “informal” cooperation to combat cybercrime. These references are in addition to what is contained in Appendix B of the Toolkit
Article 15 –Conditions and Safeguards under the Budapest Convention on CybercrimeInternational CooperationCouncil of Europe2011PDF, 0.53mb
Chart of Signatures and Ratifications of Treaty 185 –Convention on Cybercrime (Status as of 16-06-2016)International CooperationCouncil of Europe2016PDF, 0.10mb
Convention on CybercrimeInternational CooperationCouncil of Europe2001PDF, 0.25mb
Explanatory Report to the Convention on CybercrimeInternational CooperationCouncil of Europe2001PDF, 0.48mb
Report of the Commonwealth Working Group of Experts on CybercrimeInternational CooperationCommonwealth Secretariat2014PDF, 0.94mb
T-CY Assessment Report –The Mutual Legal Assistance Provisions of the Budapest Convention on CybercrimeInternational CooperationCouncil of Europe2014PDF, 1.61mb
The G8 24-7 Network of Contact Points (Protocol Statement)International CooperationOAS2007PDF, 0.04mb
Foundational Considerations & National Laws
The documents and resources listed here refer to Chapters 2, “Foundational Considerations” and 3, “National Legal Frameworks”, of the Toolkit, dealing with the definition of cybercrime, criminalized conduct and introductions to procedural, evidentiary, jurisdictional and institutional considerations. These references are in addition to what is contained in Appendices A & C of the Toolkit.
Comprehensive Study on Cybercrime (Draft)Foundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 4.83mb
Information Sharing Public-Private Partnerships, Perspectives and ProposalsFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 3.54mb
ICB4PAC Electronic Crimes Knowledge-based Report (Assessment)Foundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 5.56mb
HIPCAR Cybercrimes, e-Crimes Assessment ReportFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 1.97mb
Cybercrime – Conceptual Issues for Congress and U.S. Law EnforcementFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.41mb
Searching and Seizing Computers and Obtaining Electronic Evidence in Criminal InvestigationFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.92mb
Reply to Cybercrime Questionnaire for Member States (Oman)Foundational Considerations & National LawsXLSM, 0.46mb
Cybercrime legislation –Country profile (Argentina)Foundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.15mb
Cybercrime legislation –Country profile (Moldova)Foundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.12mb
Preparatory Colloquium Section I National Report for BelgiumFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.94mb
Preparatory Colloquium Section II National Report for CroatiaFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.22mb
Preparatory Colloquium Section III National Report for AustriaFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.23mb
Preparatory Colloquium Section IV National Report for ChinaFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.34mb
Cybersecurity Capacity Assessment of the Republic of KosovoFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.55mb
Draft Doha Declaration (A_CONF. 222_L.6)Foundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 0.19mb
Information Economy Report 2015 –Unlocking the Potential of E-commerce for Developing CountriesFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 2.22mb
Global Cyber Security Index and Cyberwellness ProfilesFoundational Considerations & National LawsPDF, 6.76mb
Phenomena & Challenges of Cybercrime
The documents and resources listed here refer to Chapter 1, “Introductory Part” of the Toolkit dealing with the phenomena and dimensions of cybercrime, as well as the challenges of combatting cybercrime.
Cyber Crime and Information WarfarePhenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeAIC2000
Cybercrime Risks for the Economy and Enterprises at the EU and Italian LevelPhenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeUNICRI2014PDF, 3.10mb
Cybercrime Risks for the Economy and Enterprises Proceedings of UNICRI roundtablePhenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeUNICRI2013PDF, 19.27mb
Cyberlaws and regulations for enhancing e-commerce (Case studies and lessons learned)Phenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeUNCTAD2015PDF, 0.36mb
Cybersecurity –Are We Ready in Latin America and the CaribbeanPhenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeOAS2016PDF, 11.56mb
Guidelines for IT Security in SMEsPhenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeUNICRI2015PDF, 2.54mb
Internet-Related Identity Theft–A Discussion PaperPhenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeCouncil of Europe2007PDF, 0.63mb
Net Losses–Estimating the Global Cost of Cybercrime (Economic Impact of Cybercrime II)Phenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeCSIS2014PDF, 4.69mb
Understanding Cybercrime – A Guide for Developing CountriesPhenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeITU2009PDF, 3.12mb
Understanding Cybercrime Phenomena Challenges and Legal Response (November 2014)Phenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeITU2014PDF, 4.80mb
Understanding Cybercrime Phenomena Challenges and Legal Response (September 2012)Phenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeITU2012PDF, 2.84mb
World Development Report 2016 –Digital DividendsPhenomena & Challenges of CybercrimeWorld Bank2016PDF, 11.05mb
The documents and resources listed here refer to Chapter 4, “Safeguards” of the Toolkit dealing with due process, data protection & privacy, and freedom of expression and access to information issues.
Freedom of Expression in Europe –Case-Law concerning Article 10 of the European Convention on Human RightsSafeguardsCouncil of Europe2007PDF, 2.81mb
The OECD Privacy FrameworkSafeguardsOECD2013PDF, 0.74mb