“This agreement will help Peru obtain international cooperation and be more effective in preventing and punishing acts that endanger systems, networks or data confidentiality or integrity, among other digital crimes,” said Martín Naranjo, president of Asbanc, in a statement.
In addition, it seeks to find fast and effective mechanisms of international cooperation, as well as to establish powers and procedures for the classification of the crimes contemplated in the agreement, according to Asbanc.
The Peruvian Foreign Ministry noted that Peru’s commitment to the Budapest Convention does not require the repeal or modification of laws in the country.
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