There is no awareness in Tunisia of growing threat of cybercrime (President of ITES) | Tunisia News Gazette

There is no awareness in Tunisia of growing threat of cybercrime (President of ITES)

President of the Tunisian Institute for Strategic Studies (French:ITES) Neji Jalloul said Thursday that there is no awareness in Tunisia for the growing threat of cybercrime. He justified this state of affairs by the absence of legislation and criminal law applicable to this type of crime.

Speaking on the sidelines of a study day organised by ITES on the theme “Impact of Cybercrime in Tunisia”, Neji Jalloul said that ITES has signed two agreements with India and Russia as part of cooperation in this field and training of experts in cybercrime.

The day aims to study this issue that has an impact on society, culture and economy, he added, noting a cooperation with the ministries of the Interior, Justice and Defence. A team of experts representing these different ministries will be set up to draw up a study on cybercrime. The goal, he said, is to protect society, youth and economy from the risks associated with this phenomenon and to draft bills to this effect.

During this study day, attended by magistrates and executives from the Ministries of the Interior and Defence, IT security expert Oussama Lahmar gave a lecture on technological change and the measures to be taken in front of the proliferation of cybercrime in recent years at the international and national levels.

Source: TAP News Agency

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