Deputy Attorney General (Deputy AG) Lisa Monaco was in Munich this week to participate in the two the 2023 Munich Cyber Protection Meeting and the Munich Security Conference, which brings together leaders from about the world to deal with recent and future troubles to our world wide stability.
On Friday, the Deputy AG delivered the closing keynote at the 2023 Munich Cyber Stability Conference and reviewed the department’s ongoing attempts to disrupt the ecosystem that fuels malicious cyber activities and to prioritize prevention of cyberattacks and the department’s perform with the victims of cybercrime.
As portion of the United States delegation to the 2023 Munich Security Convention, a main international forum on vital security plan worries, Deputy Lawyer Common Monaco participated in several discussions regarding countrywide security challenges facing the United States and its companions. The Deputy AG spoke on a panel with European leaders regarding “strategic corruption” when a nation weaponizes corrupt tactics for strategic needs.
The Deputy AG also held several bilateral meetings with European legislation enforcement and national security partners, which includes the European Commissioner for Property Affairs as properly as the heads of both INTERPOL and EUROPOL. In each of these discussions, Deputy Attorney Standard Monaco strengthened the Justice Department’s motivation to standing with our partners around the planet — and the individuals of Ukraine — in continuing to investigate Russian war crimes and to enforce the global sanctions levied from Russia for its unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine. She also emphasised the worth of intercontinental partnerships to overcome transnational threats of terrorism, cybercrime and artificial opioids, including fentanyl.
Though in Germany, the Deputy AG also traveled to Nuremberg, to visit the Nuremberg Trials Memorial. She had the opportunity to tour the museum and the courtroom in the Palace of Justice wherever the leaders of the Nazi routine were experimented with prior to an International Military services Tribunal next Entire world War II.
She returned to Washington, D.C. on Sunday.