Several years ago the NATO military police community of interest (MP CoI) led by the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (MP COE) and supported by the Military Policing Requirement Authority, initiate the discussion concerning the military police involvement in cyberspace within the Alliance. As acknowledged during the Cyber Crime Investigation Conference
in 2018 by both guest speakers and participants such topic requires further research and development. Therefore, this year the NATO MP COE decided to change the format of the event into a workshop and to invite those of you who are interested to learn and discuss more about:
• Crime scenes – collection and analysis of volatile data;
• Digital forenics and data analysis;
• International law of cyber operations;
• National military police perspective on cyber crime investigation;
• Military Policing education and training requirements regarding cyber crime investigation.
The aim of this workshop is to share experience in the scope of cybercrime within
a multinational environment as well as to enhance capabilities of the MP COI in the field of cyber crime investigation.