eLaw Open Minded #3 'Impunity and disruptive cybercrime: what role for IT infrastructure companies?'
- Friday 10 June 2022
Kamerlingh Onnes Gebouw
2311 ES Leiden
For the 3rd Open Minded session of this academic year, Marc van der Ham, an external PhD candidate at eLaw at Leiden Law School and senior legal advisor at the National Office of the Dutch Public Prosecution Service, will present his research ‘Impunity and disruptive cybercrime: what role for IT infrastructure companies?’
While cybercrime is rampant, the prosecution of cybercriminals is still limited. While governments providing safe havens for criminals is an often cited reason for this, the lack of access to digital crime scenes and digital evidence is overlooked. This talk will zoom in on the companies with a crucial role in the Internet infrastructure and how they could contribute to the investigation and prosecution of disruptive cybercrime.
Open Minded is a lecture series organized by eLaw (Center for Law and Digital Technologies), wherein professionals working in the domain of law and digital technologies are invited to present their research, perspectives, or ongoing work.
All are welcome to attend. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend online or in person so that we can ensure that we have sufficient space and make accommodations if necessary.