The Office of the City and the Argentina Association to Fight Cybercrime signed 27 October a framework of mutual collaboration agreement with a view to optimize the work of preventing and eradicating crimes committed via the Internet.
Under the agreement, both parties undertake to carry out joint activities, share information and undertake projects in education and training. As agreed, the first activity held in conjunction the Office of the City and the Argentina Association to Fight Cybercrime is training in public and private schools in the city of Buenos Aires, to raise awareness and warn students of the dangers that exist when surfing the Web.
The agreement was signed by the Attorney General of the City, Luis Cevasco and the President of the Argentina Association to Fight Cybercrime, Luis Angel Nocera at the headquarters of the Attorney General, Paseo Colón 1333. Corps Director of Judicial Investigations were also present, Enrique del Carril, the Judicial Department of the Liaison Office of the Attorney General, María Eugenia Capuccheti, and the founder of the Argentina Association for the Fight against Cybercrime member, Daniel Giller, among other officials.