Cyber Crime Real Life Experiences and Challenges for Law Enforcement

Digital crimes are one of the biggest challenges for police organizations around the world. Cybercrime has reached all areas of life - private individuals, companies, authorities and also states are becoming victims. The role of the police is indispensable in the investigation of these new crimes. The quality of law enforcement is heavily dependent on the experience gained in specific cases. The exchange of experience at national and international level plays an essential role in combating cybercrime.
But how are the respective law enforcement organizations such as police, prosecutors, and constitutional protectors doing? What are the experiences, skills, methods, and challenges? These questions and others are addressed by the "Real Life Experiences and Challenges for Law Enforcement".
The conference will be an exchange between cybercrime experts from the police, prosecutors, the business community and the solution providers. The focus is on law enforcement capabilities in the areas of investigation, forensics, investigative support, and national and international cooperation.
The lectures will be held in English or German without simultaneous translation.

Date: 14 March, 09:30 - 16:00 hours, CityCube, Messe Berlin

Moderation: Dr. Stefanie Frey und Michael Bartsch, DEUTOR Cyber Security Solutions GmbH

Participation fee
Authority: 75,00 € inkl. MwSt.
Exhibitor: 75,00 € zzgl. MwSt.
Industry: 349,00 € zzgl. MwSt.


Time Topic Speaker
09:30 Welcome Speech Deutor
09:45 Internationale Vernetzung der Ermittlungsbehörden Dr. Philipp Amann, Head of Strategy, Europol/EC3
10:15 UNODC Technical Assistance activities in Countering the Use of the Internet for Terrorist Purposes Margherita Natali, UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
10:45 Organized Crime and Supply Chain: Emerging Trends in the Legal/Illegal Economy Marco Musumeci, Programme Management Officer, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)
11:15 Fighting Organized Crime through Big Data Analytics and Financial Intelligence Dominik Kampmann, Bureau Van Djik – A Moody’s Analytics Company
11:45 Lunch Break and Exhibition visit  
12:45 Answering the six traditional investigation questions Mark McCluskie, Head of Investigations EMEA, Nuix
13:15 Innovation in cybercrime policing & alternative approaches to recruitment: Attracting and retaining talent from non-traditional route Tim Ingle, Detective Inspector Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cybercrime Unit UK
13:45 Advancing digital forensic investigations with robust AI and image recognition Richard Köwer, CTO, T3K-Forensics GmbH
14:15 Coffee Break and Exhibition visit  
14:45 Soziale Netzwerkanalyse – Personenfahndung im Netz Rebecca Zinke, Phalanx-IT GmbH
15:15 Best Practice Sachsen – Wie bekämpft der Freistaat Sachsen Cybercrime Henrik Hohenlohe, Head Cybercrime Competence Center, State Police Sachsen (LKA Sachsen)
15:45 Wie die Sicherheitskooperation Cyber Crime bei digitalen Straftaten hilft Jürgen Fauth, LKA Baden-Württemberg und Dirk Kunze, LKA Nordrhein-Westfalen