In his guest lecture entitled ‘Investigating Cybercrime,’ Jordy Mullers will discuss how criminal procedural law regulates the investigation of cybercrime by law enforcement officials.
|Date||17 April 2019|
|Time||15:00 - 18:00|
Jordy Mullers will discuss how criminal procedural law regulates the investigation of cybercrime by law enforcement officials. Mullers will argue that the rules sometimes hinder law enforcement as a result of the rapid development of information and communication technology which has not been taken into consideration by legislators. Mullers will also argue that, from an international perspective, the cross-border unilateral application of digital investigation methods may violate territorial sovereignty of states. Finally, Mullers will analyse the new law that allows for hacking as an investigation method.
Jordy Mullers is legal advisor & policy officer Internet and Communication Technologies and Cybercrime at the National Police of the Netherlands and Judge at the District Court of Zeeland-West Brabant.
The lecture will take place from 15.00 to 18.00 hrs at the Amsterdam Law School, building REC A, room A3.01. Please register stating name and affiliation with course and lecture coordinator Jill Coster van Voorhout.