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Module 6 - Legal Prosecution and Judicial Proceedings



  • Criminal proceedings – the main actors
  • Prosecution and law enforcement in Europe – differing legal systems
  • Example: prosecution and law enforcement authorities in Germany
  • Prosecution and law enforcement authorities in the EU and Europe
  • Cross-border collaboration between several national law enforcement authorities – EU and USA
  • Weighing it up: how to collaborate and who to work with
  • Data as evidence – gathering and analysing evidence in the course of cybercrime proceedings
  • Preparing data for the investigating authorities
  • Investigation report and filing criminal charges when cybercrime has occurred

Learning Target

The learner will focus on criminal investigations and the prosecution of cybercrime offences. He/she will also tackle issues that were addressed in the course of his/her investigative activities (Module 3). This module focuses on considering in what way and at what point public law enforcement authorities can be involved as well as in what way and at what point collaboration with the law enforcement authorities of other countries should be initiated. As cybercrime offences are typically of a global nature, the learner will expand his/her legal and practical knowledge regarding investigative efforts and the prosecution process.

Target Audience

The certificated course of study is ideal for individuals working in the following fields, who wish to become more professional in their investigation of cybercrime (economic cybercrime).

  • Fighting economic crime
  • Corporate security
  • IT security
  • Internal auditors
  • Internal investigators
  • Members of the police or armed forces



Customised Programmes

Everything we offer in our range of open seminars can be packaged and delivered as tailormade in-house training programmes for companies and organisations. We will be happy to advise you and create an individual offer on request.

Price advantage of 10% from the 2nd participant per company and seminar date.