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Ukraine is working with EU to improve the situation with the legislative settlement of the issue of collecting digital evidence linked to the cybercrime
EU is ready to cooperate with Ukraine in the field of the implementation of the provisions of the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime, ensuring the increase in the level of countering cybercrimes and investigating them. It has been announced by the head of the Cybercrime Division at the Council of Europe, Alexander Seger, after a meeting with the leaders of Kiev’s cyber security experts of the National Police (Cyber Police Division). “We see that Ukrainian law enforcement agencies are interested in improving the situation with the legislative settlement of the issue of collecting digital evidence – Seger said -. We are ready to help in this by providing appropriate advice and sharing with the Ukrainian side the best practices that have already been implemented in the legislation of many European countries.
Kiev aims to bring national legislation in line with European one
Ukrainian Cyber Police, together with other executive bodies, is working with committees of the Verkhovna Rada to bring national legislation in line with European one. Especially, because according the Kiev cyber security experts, “the experience of countries that have fully implemented the Budapest Convention shows that such mechanisms significantly accelerate and increase the effectiveness of the police in countering and identifying persons committing crimes, including in cyberspace.” The country is periodically targeted by cybercrime and cyber espionage/warfare operations, often linked to hostile nations. The cooperation with EU could increase protection and resilience of critical infrastructures, and help Kiev to counter the threats.