21-23 November 2017, Hong Kong, China
The WCO, in cooperation with the ROCB A/P and Hong Kong Customs, organized the WCO Regional Workshop on Cyber Investigation and Digital Forensics in Hong Kong, China from 21 to 23 November 2017 under the sponsorship of CCF/Japan. This workshop was the second of its kind organized in Hong Kong, China.
A total of 28 participants from 23 Member administrations participated in the workshop. The workshop was led by expert from the US Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) and the Hong Kong Customs. Ms. Eva Suen of the ROCB A/P participated in the workshop as a facilitator. An Overview of Digital Forensics, Digital Forensics Model, Digital Forensics Principles, Digital Forensics Processes, the ISO Standards and International Accreditation, Open Source Intelligence, Innovative Operational Models, Emerging Threats and New Technologies in Digital Forensics, Digital Evidence Management, WCO Tool on Handling of Seized Evidences, and the Experience and Good Practice on Handling of Digital Evidence were introduced and discussed. Participants from Australia, China, India, Japan, Malaysia and Maldives also shared their knowledge and experience in the Digital Forensics Model, Digital Forensics Principles and Digital Forensics Processes. Participants were also given opportunities to visit the Computer Forensic Laboratory and the Electronic Crime Investigation Center at the Customs Headquarters Building of Hong Kong Customs. Hands-on exercises regarding the seizure and handling of digital evidence were also conducted. The workshop provided the Member administrations of the A/P Region with a platform to share their experiences and knowledge in applying digital forensics to Customs investigation and enhanced investigation capability with a view to keeping a pace with the technological advancement and cope with the associated challenges.
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