5 March 2018

Sudan: Attorney-General Outlines Danger Informatics Crimes Pose to Societies ' Stability and Security

Khartoum — The Attorney-General, Omer Ahmed Mohamed has emphasized that the General Prosecution is aware of problems and dangers the informatics crimes pose to stability and security of societies , economy and sustainable development and the rule of law.

Addressing a workshop on Informatics Crimes at Telecommunication Tower , Monday , organized by the General Prosecution said the informatics crimes cause serious harm to stability and security of a society by smearing, blackmailing, threatening and violating the privacy and hacking government and private companies websites.

He said the General Prosecution gave attention to capacity-building in this connection to guarantee legal handing backed by knowledge thrugh making use of experiences and the best practices.

The Attorney-General unveiled that his meeting with the Dean of the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) in Vienna last November came out with the Academy welcome to Sudan hosting anti-corruption-related regional workshop to pave way for making Sudan a center for the region-related activities.

He said holding the training session was a practical step towards national capacity-building in the various areas that its outcome would be reflected positively on the public interest and good enforcement of law.


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