International Cooperation on Cybercrime

See webinar in full screenOn January 22, 2015, the National Cybersecurity Institute (NCI) hosted a webinar on the “International Cooperation on Cybercrime.”

The webinar addressed the role of international cooperation in responding to cybercrime. It discussed the Council of Europe Convention on Cyber Crime (Budapest Convention), the role of the 24/7 Network of National Cybercrime Points of Contact, and role of legal attaches in mutual legal assistance (MLAT). The webinar also addressed the strengths and weaknesses of international cooperation through case studies.

The webinar was presented by Dr. Kevin Newmeyer who is currently the Senior Operations Director for the CREATE project of the DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program. Dr. Newmeyer has successfully held a variety of positions in the military, academia, international civil service, and the private sector. His research focuses on international policy issues in cybersecurity. Along with his Ph.D. in Public Policy from Walden University, Dr. Newmeyer’s educational career is highlighted by his selection as an Olmsted Scholar which enabled him to earn his MA in International Relations from the Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset in Madrid, Spain. He holds additional degrees from Escuela Diplomática of Spain (Diplomado de Estudios Internacionales), George Mason University (MBA), and the US Naval Academy (BS). Dr. Newmeyer is also a fellow at the National Cybersecurity Institute.