The 6th Nordic Cybercrime Conference is being organized by the research group Police and technology at the Norwegian Police University College, in cooperation with the Dutch Cyber Science Center.
The conference will deal with cybercrime and related issues in a wide sense and be multidisciplinary in character. This year the overarching theme is ‘Policing in a Digital Society’. From this, it follows that topics of interest are, for example, the use of new technologies in policing, cybercrime and cybercrime victimization, data driven crime prevention, policing in high tech environments such as the so-called dark web, policing offline riots that are fuelled online, and criminal investigation in a technological environment.
3rd to the 4th of November 2022
The two-day conference offers presentations and debates. In each case, it will be possible to attend the conference online. If Covid19 circumstances allow it, the conference will have a hybrid character. The physical conference will then be held in Oslo at the Norwegian Police University College. Updated information will be published on this website as the program develops.
CALL FOR PRESENTATION
PhD-students interested in giving a 20 minutes presentation at the next Nordic Cybercrime Conference can send a mail to Ms. Annica Allvin at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than September 5th 2022, containing title and a summary of the content (max. 300 words).
REGISTRATION FOR PARTICIPATION
Please register your participation no later than 1st October2022, by filling out the registration form: https://forms.office.com/r/Zmivyj0Nm8
The conference is free of charge. We will cover informal lunch both days. In addition, we offer a dinner at the Politihøgskolen Thursday evening at your own costs.
Nordic Cybercrime Conference - Politihøgskolen (politihogskolen.no)