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Workshop Strengthening Capacity to Prevent the Internet Crimes Against Children

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime organized a Workshop on Cybercrime Prevention and Internet Crimes Against Children in Guatemala City, May 05 th of 2018 within the project "Strengthening Capacity to Prevent the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) in Central America".

The workshop was led by Sara Susana Donis, as part of cybercrime management and prevention activities under her responsibility. The following subjects were addressed: Children and the Internet, Social Networks, Information and Communication Technology, New Technical Figures: Grooming, Sexting, Sextortion, Malware, Pishing, Law against Sexual Violence, Exploitation and Human Trafficking.

It was supported by Diego Teos, head of the Cybercrime Unit of the National Civil Police, they addressed the subjects of the Unit work and the necessary information to effectively track a complaint of cybercrime.

It was attended by twenty-six (26) agents of the Safe School National Civil Police program, who provide preventive security in different educational centers focused on their vulnerabilities.

the workshop was held thanks to the Canadian Government and its generous financial support for the project within the Anti-Crime Capacity Building Program (ACCBP).