ANTIC intensifies fight against cybercrime

09 November 2017
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Some fifty (50) staff members of the  National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC),  have been trained with the view to strengthening their capacities in the fight against cybercrime. 

The four day seminar which took place in November, 2017, in Yaounde, saw the personnel trained on the collection of electronic evidence and its deontology as well as techniques of preparing and drafting legal statements. By the end of the training, the personnel were imbued with skills that would enable them to better investigate, detect and prosecute crimes committed with the use of Information and Communication Technologies.

The training was conducted by two expert firms; CYBERIX, in charge of computer forensics, penetration testing and data recovery and the “Centre Africain pour le Droit et le Developpement” (CADEV).      

Thirty three (33) of the fifty (50) staff members undergoing the training, are Special Judicial Agents with legal jurisdiction in cybercrime, sworn-in, March 2016 at the Mfoundi Court of First Instance in Yaounde.


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