The Nordic Cybercrime Conference 2019 takes place at the Norwegian Police University College (Politihøgskolen) in Oslo, 24th and 25th October.
It is organized by the research group: Policing in a digitized society.
In the spirit of the research group the conference is multidisciplinary. The aim is to address topics and produce knowledge relevant to several academic fields. In the present context « cybercrime» has a broad meaning, encompassing topics relating to crime, crime prevention and criminal investigation involving the cyber domain.
An important goal is to create a more robust Nordic academic cybercrime network, and involvement by phd-students is indispensable in this respect.
We encourage Phd-students to join the conference and present their projects. As per July six phd-projects are on the program, and we would like to have more. Please submit project title and abstract not later than 15th september, to
. Abstracts will be available on the website after the deadline.
The conference language is English and the Scandinavian languages.
Thursday 24th October
13.00: Welcome by the research group leaders
Prof. Inger Marie Sunde & Pol.Sup.int. Nina Sunde / Politihøgskolen.
13.20: Keynote address
Prof. dr. Wouter Ph. Stol, Chair Holder in Cybersafety, NHL University of Applied Sciences, Police Academy of The Netherlands. Professor in Police Studies, Open University of the Netherlands.
- Forsøgs- og medvirkensansvaret i et offerperspektiv med særlig fokus på grooming
- Teknologinøytralitet/Technology neutrality
- Kvalitet i håndteringen av databevis / Quality issues in the handling of digital evidence
16.00: «Is it necessary to be a techie in order to understand AI? A methodology for non-techies to understand AI.»
Annette Vestby (phd-student) & Jonas Vestby, senior researcher, the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
17.00: End of day one.
18.30: Conference dinner at Politihøgskolen.
Friday 25th October
- Drones in the police – research on the drone pilot project of the Norwegian Police Directorate.
- Crime investigation on the dark web.
- The chain of custody regarding digital evidence
11.00: «Cybersecurity as a fundamental right: a European perspective»
Luca Tosoni, Phd-student, Senter for rettsinformatikk. Law faculty, Oslo.
13.00: Phd-pres. cont’d.
14.00: Investigation of cybercrime in the Nordic countries - an update.
16.30: Decision about who is going to organize The Nordic Cybercrime Conference 2020. Closing of the conference.
Conference venue: The Norwegian Police University College (Politihøgskolen), Majorstuen, (Slemdalsveien 5, 0369 Oslo).
Conference start: Thursday 24th at 1300
Conference end: Friday 25th at 1630 (approx)