Abu Dhabi

The International Conference on the Criminalization of Cyber Terrorism

The conference aims at finding common ground for the implementation of a system of international laws and legislations that addresses the roots and extensions of the terrorist phenomenon in the digital space. One of the main objectives of the conference is to launch innovative ideas in order to further international cooperation and develop a deeper understanding of the new challenges confronting legislators, government entities and international organizations facing the increasing exploitation of cyberspace by terrorist groups.

The International Conference on the Criminalization of Cyber Terrorism

The criminalization of cyber terrorism in the world cannot be seen outside the context of the various, varied, and sometimes conflicting domestic legislations in various countries of the world. Furthermore, cyber terrorism cannot be criminalized without considering the factors that constitute it, its growth and its development in the light of the development of the Internet and the diversity of its smart services, as well as the interaction of the user of the Internet and social communication programs and the diversity of its smart services.

Introduction
First interaction
  • States' experiences in anti-terrorism legislation: comparative study.
  • The geography of international crises and the impact of electronic terrorism on them, and the social, legal and international variables.
  • The crisis of the decline of cultural roles and their impact in the other face of the digital revolution.
  • Electronic terrorism in the strategies of violent groups
Second interaction
  • Combating electronic terrorism between the demand for security and the protection of human rights.
  • electronic terrorism and hate practices and discrimination of all kinds.
  • Electronic terrorism between the freedom of opinion and expression and contempt of religions.
  • The role of national human rights institutions in reconciling the principles of human rights and policies of security and the countries’ policies combatting electronic terrorism.
  • Protecting children's rights from cyber terrorism.
  • Combating Electronic Terrorism and Problems Affecting the Personal Life of Individuals
Third interaction
  • The problems of regional cooperation in the fight against electronic terrorism.
  • Issues of Information Sharing in Combating Electronic Terrorism.
  • Mechanisms of cooperation between the institutions concerned with the fight against electronic terrorism.
  • Enhancing cooperation and partnership between the public sector, the private sector and civil society organizations in the fight against cyber terrorism.
  • Strategies of ISPs and social media institutions in the fight against cyber terrorism.
  • United Nations and the fight against cyber terrorism.
Fourth interaction
  • Towards a binding international convention to criminalize cyber terrorism.
  • for international judicial cooperation to combat cyber terrorism.
  • The need to establish national laws on the criminalization of electronic terrorism.
  • Towards an institutional framework to establish a network of public and private sectors in the Arab world to support government efforts in the field of information security and safety.
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