• Crime and Criminal Justice in an Integrated Europe

      Joutsen, M.; Jasinski, J.; Gönczöl, K.; Kaiser, G.; Válková, J.; Leps, A.; Tulkens, F.; Braithwaite, J.; Savona, E.U. (WODC, 1997)
      ARTICLES: 1. Editorial 2. Matti Joutsen - Fifth European colloquium on criminology; Bled, Slovenia, 26-28 September 1996 3. Matti Joutsen - Recent trends in crime in Western Europe 4. Jerzy Jasinski - Crime in Central and East European Countries 5. Katalin Gönczöl - Controlled deviance: a strategy for crime prevention in Hungary 6. Günther Kaiser - Crime policy from a West European perspective 7. Jana Válková - Punishment and resocialization: a case of the Czech Republic 8. Ando Leps - Organized crime in Estonia: its historical preconditions 9. Françoise Tulkens - Criminal justice in transition: some provisional notes on the crisis in the Belgian system 10. John Braithwaite - Commentary: law, morality and restorative justice 11. Crime institute profile: E.U. Savona - TRANSCRIME, Research group on Transnational Crime, School of Law, University of Trento
    • Digitalisering in strafrechtketens - Ervaringen in Denemarken, Engeland, Oostenrijk en Estland vanuit een supply chain perspectief

      Blok, C. de; Seepma, A.; Roukema, I.; Donk, D.P. van; Keulen, B.; Otte, R. (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen - Faculteit economie en bedrijfskunde/Faculteit rechtsgeleerdheid, 2014)
      Dit onderzoek is voortgekomen uit de wens van het WODC en het ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie om inzicht te krijgen in de keuzes die in andere landen zijn gemaakt bij het ontwerpen, invoeren en gebruiken van digitale informatie-uitwisseling in de strafrechtketen en de ervaringen daarmee. Zo mogelijk, wil men de resultaten van het onderzoek gebruiken voor de verdere ontwikkeling van digitaal werken in de strafrechtketen in Nederland. De doelstelling van dit onderzoeksproject is dan ook het verkrijgen van inzicht in de wijze waarop het ontwerpen, invoeren en gebruiken van digitale informatie-uitwisseling in enkele andere landen is aangepakt. INHOUD: 1. Inleiding 2. Theoretische achtergrond en voorstudie 3. Methodologie 4. Resultaten Denemarken 5. Resultaten Engeland 6. Resultaten Oostenrijk 7. Resultaten Estland 8. Discussie en conclusies
    • The governance of cybersecurity - A comparative quick scan of approaches in Canada, Estonia, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK

      Adams, S.A.; Brokx, M.; Dalla Corte, L.; Galic, M.; Koops, B.-J.; Leenes, R.; Schellekens, M.; Silva, K. e; Skorvánek, I. (Tilburg University - Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), 2015)
      Cybersecurity is a particularly complex field, where multiple public and private actors must work together, often across state borders, not only to address current weaknesses, but also to anticipate and prevent or pre-empt a number of different kinds of threats. This report examines how public policy and regulatory measures are used to organise such processes in five countries: Canada, Estonia, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK. For each country an analysis was made of cybersecurity governance in three areas: botnet mitigation, protection of vital infrastructures and protection of identity infrastructures. The cases were selected to be diverse, and to cover the main aspects of cybersecurity (confidentiality, availability and integrity), different domains of government (law enforcement, national security, and service delivery), and different levels of private-actor involvement. CONTENT: 1. Introduction 2. The concept of cybersecurity governance 3. Case 1: botnet migration 4. Case 2: protection of vital infrastructures 5. Case 3: protection of identity infrastructures 6. Discussion and conclusion