This document presents the best practices that are expected to be followed in cases when application of the EIO directive is applied. Besides the main instruction about application the document provide reasonable introduction to the main knowledge from relevant fields such as digital forensic, cross-border evidences collection from both aspects: technical and legal. This approach is understood by contacted experts to be most useful for the future professional in the respective organizations like justice, LEAs etc. in cases when EIO Directive will be applied.
The last LIVE_FOR event on the “European Investigation Order (EIO) and digital forensic analysis” took place on December 18, 2018 in the city of Barcelona.
It had seven speakers from five different countries, which explained how to improve the implementation and handling of European Investigation Orders. Those explanations were made from different views: EUROPOL international Law Enforcement, Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRT), Judges, Prosecutors and judicial processes, and also from academic perspective.
Below, we leave you with links to some of the speeches of the invited speakers, as well as their presentations.
Session 2: Best Practices in EIO requests preparation: need assessment and proportionality of the requested data & ethical issues
Presentation of Resume legal best practices (Lewin Rexin, Project coordinator at Albstadt-Sigmaringen University).
Presentation of practical vision of the process of validation and issuance of the EIO (Clàudia Pina,Investigating Judge- Lisbon Criminal Investigation Court).
Presentation of accessing e-evidences, challenges to fundamental rights (Tanja Fachathaler, Fair trials).
Session 3: New horizons for cross border gathering of e-evidence: legal and techincal insights
Presentation of recognition and execution of EIO: practical aspects (Tais Deus, Spanish Court Prosecutor).
Presentation of cross-border access to electronic evidence in the EU and US: A paradigm shift in the system of cross-border access to data in criminal investigations? (Gemma Davies, Northumbria University).
Presentation of new Legislations: on European Production and Preservation Order regulation (Sergi Vázquez, Vrije Universiteit Brussel ).