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U.S. and EU collaborate to combat ransomware attacks

Privacy/Cyber Risk & Data Security DOJ EU Of Interest to Non-US Persons Ransomware

Privacy, Cyber Risk & Data Security

On June 16, the DOJ announced that representatives from the U.S. and EU met at a recent workshop in the Hague to share best practices and to plan enhanced collaboration efforts to confront ransomware attacks. According to the DOJ, attorneys from the DOJ’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, along with representatives from the FBI, the U.S. Secret Service, the U.S. Homeland Security Investigations, European Judicial Cybercrime Network, Eurojust’s Cybercrime Team, and Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre shared “experiences, best practices, and lessons learned in directing an investigation to a successful outcome including collaborating with the tech and private sector.” Participants also discussed “relevant changes in the law, including issues related to electronic evidence, charging options, and cross-border considerations."

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