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Seminars on Cybercrime and Digital Evidence Management in Guatemala

Guatemala, October 30, 2020. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime for Central America and the Caribbean, through the project "Strengthening the capacities of the justice and security sector in Central America for the prevention, identification and criminal prosecution of cybercrime, transnational organized crime and related cases through digital evidence: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Belize", financed by Canada, offered a series of synchronous and asynchronous virtual seminars on

- Attention to victims of cybercrime,

- Criminal investigation of cybercrime and crimes facilitated by the Internet,

- Digital evidence management,

- Obtaining information with OSINT methods, cyber violence

- Good practices for the collection of digital evidence, based on RFC'3227 and ISO 27037

- Obtaining information from open sources OSINT, research orientation in cybercrime

- Good practices for collecting evidence from a DVR

- Cyber-intelligence in social networks

- Process for the verification of information obtained from open sources, to generate the intelligence report and

- Digital evidence in criminal proceedings.

The webinars were aimed at 76 officials of the Specialized Technical Unit of the Public Prosecutor's Office, police personnel from the following areas of the national civil police: National Division against the Development of Gangs, Cybercrime Unit, Anti-Narcotics Police, Office of Attention to the Victim and the Office of Attention to the Personal Citizen of 110.