Papers on Cybercrime

  1. Cybercrime og forsikring, Nordisk Forsikringstidskrift 3/2014.

  2. Court Trial - The Third Pillar for Cyberspace; INTERPOL-Europol Cybercrime Conference, Singapore (October 1-3, 2014)

  3. Crossing jurisdictional borders; Europol-INTERPOL Cybercrime Conference, The Hague (September 24-25, 2013)

  4. Cyber Power - Crime, Conflict and Security in Cyberspace (Professor Solange Ghernaouti, Switzerland, May 2013)

  5. Potential new international legal mechanisms against global cyberattacks and otherglobal cybercrimes; ERA Training Course on legal and technical aspects of cybercrime for judges and prosecutors, Trier, Germany February 14-15, 2013.

  6. ITU Publication on Understanding Cybercrime: A Guide for Developing Countries  (pdf) Second edition by Professor Marco Gercke, Germany (2011). This is by many observers considered to be the most outstanding presentation of cybercrime in the world today.

  7. Potential new global legal mechanisms on combating cybercrime and global cyberattacks, ISPAC International Conference on Cybercrime: Global Phenomenon and Its Challenges, Courmayeur Mont Blanc, Italy, (December 2-4, 2011)

  8. An International Criminal Court or Tribunal for Cyberspace (ICTC). A presentation at the EastWest Institute Second Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit, London, UK, (June 1-2, 2011).

  9. Wanted - A United Nations Cyberspace Treaty, including cybercrime. A presentation at the EastWest Institute First Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit, Dallas, USA, (May 3-5, 2010).

  10. A Cyberspace Treaty - A United Nations Convention or Protocol on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime. A presentation at the United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Salvador, Brazil, (April 12-19, 2010). 

  11. A Cyberspace Treaty, including cybersecurity and cybercrime. Cyberspace, as the fifth common space after land, sea, air and outer space neeed international law as a framework.  - EastWest Institute 7th Worldwide Conference, Special Consultation «International Pathways to Cybersecurity» - Brussels (February 17, 2010).

  12. Court Technology Conference (CTC) 2009 - A brief introduction of the International Courts, Denver, USA, (September 2009) (pdf)

  13. ITU Publication on Understanding Cybercrime: A Guide for Developing Countries  (pdf) prepared by Dr. Marco Gercke; International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Geneva (May 2009)

  14. The History of Global Harmonization on Cybercrime Legislation  - The Road to Geneva (pdf)
    Stein Schjolberg (December 2008)

  15. The Global Strategic Report (HLEG) - ITU (November 2008)

  16. Chairmans Report (pdf)
    High Level Expert Group (HLEG) - ITU (September 2008)

  17. Terrorism in Cyberspace - Myth or reality? (pdf)
    Stein Schjolberg (June 2007)