WASHINGTON, April 11 (UPI) -- U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will travel to Hungary this week to attend a forum on cybercrime.
While in Budapest for the European cybercrime forum Wednesday and Thursday, the two Obama Cabinet members also will attend the biannual U.S.-European Union Justice and Home Affairs ministerial meeting, their staffs said in releases Monday.
The two U.S. officials will "discuss a number of counterterrorism and homeland security issues, including international collaboration to enhance information sharing, strengthen cybersecurity, and ensure the security and resilience of our global supply chain systems against terrorism and transnational crime," the statement from Napolitano press secretary Matt Chandler said.
Holder's office issued a statement saying the attorney general will meet with European leaders to discuss international law enforcement cooperation in areas such as counterterrorism, cybercrime and transnational organized crime, as well as other national security issues.
Holder will be in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Friday for additional meetings with his counterparts there.