The UNODC Global Programme on Cybercrime
,according to General Assembly resolution 65/230
, provides technical assistance and training to Member States to prevent and respond to cybercrime and technology-enabled crimes, including combating online sexual exploitation of children, responding to ransomware attacks and other cybercrimes, and collecting and preserving digital evidence. The Global Programme on Cybercrime is designed to respond flexibly to the needs identified in Member States to prevent and combat cybercrime in a holistic manner. It does so by providing technical support in crime prevention and criminal justice, based on UNODC's assessment protocols and technical assistance tools. The programme utilizes an integrated approach to assist member states. It focuses on policy development and technical assistance, including capacity building activities, normative assistance, strengthening international and national cooperation within countries and with the private sector, and prevention and sensitization on the threats of cybercrime.