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Kongress Programm

Das offizielle Programm:

Tuesday, 19 February 2013

08:00 Opening of the Exhibition

08:20 Welcome Notes to the 16th European Police Congress, R. Uwe PROLL, Editor-in-Chief, Behörden Spiegel, Bonn/Berlin

08:30 Conventions for Freedom and Security in the Internet, Dr. Hans-Peter FRIEDRICH, Federal Minister of the Interior, Berlin

09:00 The French-German Partnership in Security Affairs – 50 Years Élysée-Treaty, Manuel VALLS*, Minister of the Interior , France, Paris

09:30 Contribution from the Industry, N.N., AGT International

10:00 Operational activities within the scope of the new tasks of the EC3 – criminal prosecution in the internet with a focus on social networks, Troels OERTING, Assistant Director, European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Europol, The Netherlands, The Hague

10:30 Coffee Break

11:00 Panel I-VIII

12:30 Lunch

13:30 The INTERPOL DIGITAL CRIME CENTRE in the INTERPOL GLOBAL COMPLEX for INNOVATION – IGCI Singapore, Noburo NAKATANI, Executive Director IGCI, INTERPOL, Singapore

14:00 Contribution from the Industry

14:30 Cyber Mobilization, Dr. Hans-Georg MASSEN, President, Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, Cologne/Berlin

15:00 Coffee Break

15:45 Contribution from the Industry

16:15 INITIAL LECTURE: Activities of European Police Forces in Social Networks, Dr. Sebastian DENEF, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT

16:45 HIGH-LEVEL DEBATE Police in Social Networks

Chairman: Dr. August HANNING, President of the Federal Intelligence Service (BND) ret., State Secretary ret. and Programme & Editor Board of the Behörden Spiegel, Germany, Berlin

Axel BROCKMANN, Police President, Lower Saxony, Hannover
Michael HARTMANN, MoP, Spokesperson for Home Affairs of the SPD-Fraction in the German Parliament, Berlin
Dieter SCHNEIDER, President, State Office of Criminal Investigations of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart

17:45 Contribution from the Industry

18:15 Excursus Police in Social Networks: Australia – Project Eyewatch , Joshua J. MAXWELL, Chief Inspector, Manager Project eyewatch, New South Wales, Australia

18:45 Reception

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

08:00 Opening of the Exhibition

08:20 Continuation of the Conference

08:30 Judicial Cooperation in the Sector of Criminal Prosecution in Cyber-Space, Michèle CONINSX*, President, Eurojust-Collegium, The Netherlands, The Hague

09:00 N.N.

09:30 Contribution from the Industry, N.N., Mobotix

09:50 Situation Cyber Crime, Jürgen MAURER, Vice President, Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) , Wiesbaden

10:20 Coffee Break

10:40 Contribution from the Industry

11:00 DISCUSSION OF THE MINISTERS OF THE INTERIOR/SENATORS OF THE INTERIOR

Chairman: R. Uwe PROLL, Editor-in-Chief, Behörden Spiegel, Bonn/Berlin

Lorenz CAFFIER, Minister of the Interior, Mecklenburg-Hither Pomerania, Schwerin
Frank HENKEL, Senator of the Interior, Berlin
Joachim HERRMANN, Bavarian State Minister of the Interior, Munich
Ralf JÄGER*, Minister of the Interior, North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf
Dr. Dietmar WOIDKE*, Minister of the Interior, Brandenburg, Potsdam

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Contribution from the Industry, N.N., Panasonic

13:50 Digital Threats for Government and Economy, Klaus-Dieter FRITSCHE, State Secretary, Federal Ministry of the Interior, Berlin

14:20 Contribution from the Industry

14:40 The EC´s efforts to face the increasing number of cyber-related threats, Stefano MANSERVISI*, Director-General Home Affairs, European Commission, Belgium, Brussels

15:10 Coffee Break

15:30 Panel IX-XV

17:00 End of the Conference

Moderation: Reimar Scherz, Programme & Editor Board of the Behörden Spiegel, Germany, Bonn

*to be confirmed