Cybercrime Southeast Europe Newsletter No. 12

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Cybercrime Southeast Europe

Dear clients,

We would like to inform you about the progress in resolving the cases that are the subject of our attention and concern. Over the past week, we have closely monitored all the cases we have filed with the Higher Public Prosecutor’s Office – Special Department for High-Tech Crime. We are pleased to inform you that all these cases have been assigned to public prosecutors for further action.

Our commitment to cooperation with the prosecution is reflected in regularly providing the latest information we receive from you, our valued clients, or that we gather through research. We monitor every step of the investigation and take care of the damage you have suffered. Our primary goal is to conclude the proceedings in a manner that will enable adequate compensation for all victims of fraud.

It is important to note that resolving cybercrime cases takes longer compared to conventional criminal offenses. The reasons for this are well known: international components, the perpetrators’ skill in concealing their identities, the use of cryptocurrencies for financial transfers, and the volume of cases received by prosecutors on a daily basis.

Therefore, the role of lawyers in these critical cases is greater and more responsible. Your active cooperation with us is crucial for success in combating cybercrime. Please inform us immediately if you notice any new activities or contacts that may be related to fraud.

Your contribution to this process is immensely important and appreciated.

With respect,
Zoran Miljakovic
Attorney at Law