Reports on implementation of EU cybercrime policies in Cyprus and Italy declassified
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The Council of the EU has published declassified reports on Cyprus' and Italy's implementation of EU cybercrime policies. Initially produced as RESTREINT/RESTRICTED documents, their contents have now been made public in full.
The reports cover "general matters" such as national cybersecurity and cybercrime strategies and priorities; national structures such as law enforcement agencies and the judiciary; the relevant legal framework (including sections on investigative techniques and human rights); operational aspects; training; and recommendations.
- CYPRUS: Evaluation report on the seventh round of mutual evaluations "The practical implementation and operation of European policies on prevention and combating Cybercrime" - Report on Cyprus (9892/1/16 REV 1 DCL 1, pdf)
- ITALY: Evaluation report on the seventh round of mutual evaluations "The practical implementation and operation of European policies on prevention and combating cybercrime" - Report on Italy (9955/1/16 REV 1 DCL 1, 12 August 2016, pdf)
The reports are based on a questionnaire that was circulated to Member States in February 2014: Seventh round of mutual evaluations - Questionnaire (5335/1/14 REV 1, 3 February 2014, pdf)
The declassification of the reports on Italy and Cyprus follows others (pdfs):
- BULGARIA: 5156/1/16 REV 1 DCL 1, 95 pages
- ESTONIA: 10953/15 DCL 1, 74 pages
- FRANCE: 7588/2/15 REV 2 DCL 1, 108 pages
- NETHERLANDS: 7587/15 DCL 1, 104 pages
- SLOVAKIA: 9761/1/15 REV 1 DCL 1, 139 pages
- UK: 10952/2/15 REV 2 DCL 1, 83 pages
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