The Libyan Academy for Communications and Informatics has implemented a training course targeting 20 prosecutors in the fields of information security, cybersecurity, and cybercrime.
The course concluded on Thursday under the supervision of the Centre for Criminal Research and Training.
The event is the second of a series of courses that commenced earlier this year as part of the Center for Criminal Research and Training initiative for the year 2023.
The first phase was aimed at the investigating authority, whereas the second stage targeted the criminal justice system, including the technical frameworks operating the public prosecution systems, the relevant court bodies, and specialized law enforcement officers.
The Public Prosecutor Office said the goal is to improve the knowledge and skills of the participants, bridge the gap in operational capacity, enhance digital flexibility and keep pace with the Public Prosecution Authority’s strategy related to the digitization of justice.