Cybercrime is an evolving form of transnational crime. The complex nature of the crime as one that takes place in the borderless realm of cyberspace is compounded by the increasing involvement of organized crime groups. Perpetrators of cybercrime and their victims can be located in different regions, and its effects can ripple through societies around the world, highlighting the need to mount an urgent, dynamic, and international response.
UNODC promotes long-term and sustainable capacity building in the fight against cybercrime through supporting national structures and action. Specifically, UNODC draws upon its specialized expertise on criminal justice systems response to provide technical assistance in capacity building, prevention and awareness-raising, international cooperation, and data collection, research, and analysis on cybercrime.
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UNODC provides Tunisia with 200,000 USD worth of forensic equipment and software to stop cybercrimes
Libya: Utilizing digital evidence in cybercrime investigations
Morocco: Digital Evidence as a key tool in dismantling human trafficking and migrant smuggling criminal networks

Working to address cybercrime supports the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), specifically SDG16 and SDG17